Coping with Learning Disabilities


Led by President Bush and the nation's governors, business and political leaders contend that better-trained teachers, tougher class work and tighter graduation standards are essential if the country is to retain its economic standing in an increasingly competitive world. But the debate over education reform has largely overlooked the needs of the nearly 2 million American students beset by learning disabilities. Unable to keep up with their classmates, many of these students may be destined for academic and social failure.

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