Category Archives: Colleges

Colleges and universities with LD support programs. This is not an exhaustive list and we update it often.

If you don’t find what you are looking for suggest a new college.

Are College Placement Tests Poorly Used?

From “How to Break the Cycle of Remedial College Classes” Interesting slant on the over-reliance and perhaps, misuse of remedial classes at the community college level. “The proof initially emerged with many students transferring from San Diego’s West Hills … Continue reading

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Mentoring for Kids with LD. Project Eye-to-Eye at Wesleyan University Jeremy Snyder and Julie Platt, students at Wesleyan University, are starting a university chapter of Project Eye-to-Eye, a national mentoring project for children with learning disabilities. In this article from the Wesleyan Argus, the students describe their start-up process … Continue reading

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Succeeding after High School, with Learning Disabilities

In this Washington Post blog entry, Meghan Benzel, who graduated with an associate’s degree from Landmark College in Vermont in May, talks about what she believes led to her success. What I like is how her path to life and … Continue reading

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Masters in Teaching

This is a link to Lori Kobelan’s site. It looks like she’s put a lot of time into cateloguing various options for pursuing a Master’s degree in Teaching.

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Support for College Students with Autism Spectrum

A story on National Public Radio highlighting the increasing number of colleges in the United States that support students with ASD, particularly I would say, those with Asperger’s. This is great to see. There are other colleges besides the ones … Continue reading

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