Learning Disabilities and the Achievement Gap

10 Oct in Atomic Assist, Special Education & Assistive Technology, the achievement gap

A recent EdWeek article highlighted how children with learning disabilities affect the achievement gap. Without helping those students, it is nearly impossible to narrow the gap. Providing proper professional development and assistance for educators is key to make sure students of all abilities can succeed.

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