Early Childhood Education: Resources for Enhancing Early Development
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If you’re working with children who have special needs, whether as a parent or as a teacher, use this section to find valuable information on learning disabilities in early childhood.
- The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) guarantees that all students with disabilities receive a free public school education designed to meet their special needs. Find out more about IDEA and who qualifies at the National Resource Center on ADIHD Web site.
- Under IDEA, parents of kids with special needs can work with educators to create an Individualized Education Program (IEP). An IEP helps to tailor the curriculum to each child’s ability level.
- For a list of helpful FAQs on special education laws, visit LD OnLine.
- For more information on learning disabilities, visit the findingDulcinea Learning Disabilities Web Guide.
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