If learning to read becomes an ongoing struggle that leaves a child falling behind his peers, it’s possible that he has a learning disorder known as dyslexia.
If you’re concerned your child is struggling, it might be time to make some additions to your child’s plan to incorporate remote learning accommodations.
In separate documents released Monday, the U.S. Department of Education reminded schools of their obligations to special education services and civil rights laws regardless of whether students are learning in
States and districts are facing new and unexpected challenges in providing meaningful instruction to children, including children with disabilities, for the 2020-2021 school year.
In an interview with ADDitude Magazine, learning expert and advocate Susan Yellin, Esq. answers questions about access to aides, testing, accommodations, behavior assessments and more.