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This site contains a great deal of information on the field of learning disabilities. It contains information appropriate for educators, parents, and consumers. Current research is summarized, online chats take place regularly, and there is even a section just for kids.
I require my college students in a methods course to explore this website and subscribe to its newsletter. It is an extensive, highly reliable site for parents and professionals.
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13 years ago
This is definitely the best site out there on learning disabilities. It is always kept current. Many features, such as the online expert chats, are done on an on-going basis. A calendar of upcoming events is presented and kept current, as well. Information is available for teachers, parents, and individuals with disabilities. The content varies from best practices in the classroom to research-based articles. A definite resource for any classroom teacher or teacher-in-training.