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Resources Tagged With: NCLD

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Report: Forward Together — Helping Educators Unlock the Power of Students Who Learn Differently [downloadable]

NCLD report 527Individuals with learning and attention issues often face lifelong challenges, frustration, and failure as they are currently less likely to graduate high school, enroll in and complete college, and hold a job compared to their peers. Schools and districts will continuously seek goals for student achievement and development that are beyond reach if the learning needs of the “1 in 5” go unmet. Read more ›

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Report: State of Learning Disabilities: Understanding the 1 in 5

1in5reportsnapshot189Stigma, low expectations and lack of understanding help explain why students with learning disabilities are more likely to repeat a grade, get suspended, and leave high school without a diploma, according to the report, The State of Learning Disabilities: Understanding the 1 in 5.
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EdRev Expo 2018 Workshop: Advocacy in Action—Sharing Your Story to Make Change [presentation] [downloadable]

Meghan Whittaker, National Center for Learning Disabilities‘ Policy & Advocacy Manager and Robert Stephens, Sr. Manager, Federal Relations, share the latest federal policy developments relating to K-12 and college education for students with learning and attention issues and the opportunities for parents to take action and effect change on a large scale. Read more ›