Jul 02, 2015

Colleges Face Calls for Better Support of Students With Learning Disabilities - Administration - The Chronicle of Higher Education

More students with learning disabilities are heading to college and confronting new challenges. They can find help on campus, but the most supportive programs are rare.

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