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learning-disabled

(lûr′nĭng-dĭs-ā′bəld)
adj.
Having a learning disability: programs for learning-disabled students.
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The other would enable learning-disabled students to apply high school classes taken in the summer after they graduate toward their core course requirements.
7 percent of Denmark's 80,000 learning-disabled students are confined to specialized institutions -- as compared to five times that percentage in the United States.
The non-learning-disabled (NLD) children had high social status among their peers and rejected the learning-disabled (LD) children in play and other activities.
This field trip finds us at The Lab School of Washington in the District of Columbia, the only primary and elementary school in the United States for learning-disabled students that employs a multitude of art forms as a fundamental part of its curriculum.
K-NFBRT), a developer of assistive and adaptive technologies for vision- and learning-disabled individuals, announced today the appointment of James R.
addresses how learning-disabled students are currently identified and assessed in light of the 2004 Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act.
A HUDDERSFIELD theatre company which works with learning-disabled actors has been invited to perform in Japan.
Social alienation and the learning-disabled school dropout.
When evaluating the size of this "overprediction" for learning-disabled males, the majority panel noted that it was smaller than the overprediction for other groups of students, such as African-American males.
Students can use file system to anonymously ask for help when they need clarification on a topic, which reduces embarrassment for shy or learning-disabled students.
Rational-emotive education, self-concept, and locus of control among learning-disabled students.
And this year, for the first time, it will include learning-disabled adults who have been introduced to making music at sessions at the community centre.

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