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I have a LEARNING DISABILITY.....
take me back to the list of questions
- My daughter is visually impaired. She works very
hard. She has been told by her teachers that she should not be
collegebound. If she gets the Special Education Diploma (SPED)
will she be able to get into any college? Please Help! (courtesy
of Carey Odum, Duluth, GA)
- Without seeing your daughter's full academic profile, it would be
impossible for me to tell you whether she should or should not go
to college. Many students who are visually impaired achieve
remarkable academic success in college and graduate school.
There are many schools capable of making accommodations for
students with similar learning difficulties. I would investigate
the situation thoroughly before allowing her teachers to put your
daughter on track for a SPED diploma, which might complicate her
pursuit of a higher education.
If you or your child have a learning disability and need
assistance with advocacy, with private school placement or with
college applications and college selection, check out the EDUFAX
services for the Learning Disabled Student.
EDUFAX provides services for the Collegebound High School Student.
EDUFAX provides services for the Collegebound Learning Disabled Student.
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