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Experts agree that kids with and without disabilities benefit when they share the same classrooms. But that's just the beginning.
See how inclusive education works.
Before helping a child with learning disabilities, it's important to fully understand his problems. Where do you start?
Discover how to recognize your child's needs.
Every child will behave poorly at some point. But, if it's becoming a problem, you'll need these strategies.
Learn how to manage difficult behavior.
In a richly diverse world, raising children who respect other people's differences is critical.
Teach your child to be tolerant.
When seeking help for a child with learning disabilities, parents often encounter different opinions about what strategies to use.
See what some experts have to say.
All children can benefit from good organizational skills. Practices such as goal-setting and self-evaluations are key.
Find more tips to help your child get organized.
Children with learning disabilities can easily become frustrated. So, encouraging them to keep trying is essential.
Keep your child from feeling defeated.
LD Online, a service of WETA, has all of the information you need to assist a child with learning disabilities.
Go to LD Online.
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