Research Articles for Inclusion in College Level Curriculum
University professors and their students receive free access to articles by leading researchers on current practices, theory, trends, and issues in the field of learning disabilities (LD). These articles, originally published in the peer-reviewed journals, Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal and Insights on Learning Disabilities: From Prevailing Theories to Validated Practices, provide the most up-to-date information on diagnoses, identification, assessment, interventions, policy, and other related issues on LD.
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Four articles about reading are reprinted from Insights on Learning Disabilities: From Prevailing Theories to Validated Practices (September 2005 Volume 2, No. 2 and March 2006 Volume 3, No. 1) and Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal (March 2004 Volume 2, No. 1 and September 2005 Volume 3, No. 2). Click here for list of articles and authors.
Race and Minorities in Special Education Placement
Ten articles about restrictiveness and race in special education are reprinted from Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal, 3(1), March 2005. Click here for list of articles and authors.