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I have a LEARNING DISABILITY.....

Question #4:
  • How can I find out what schools have good learning disabilities programs ?
Answer #4:
  • First, choose the schools that interest you because of their academics, locations, size, orientation, etc. Then ask your guidance counselor or an educational consultant to help you. If some of the schools you are considering do not have the support you need, go back to the drawing board. Once you have a preliminary list, call the learning centers at each school and see what they can do. Do they have a writing clinic? Can they get you a math tutor? Do they tape or videotape lectures? Ask specifically about your requirements. The schools that offer the academics, ambiance and advocacy you need should form your application list. Direct links to the web sites and e-mail addresses of colleges and universities can be found on the EDUFAXResources page. (in association with Marilyn Colson & Associates)
    EDUFAX provides services for the Collegebound Learning Disabled Student.
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