From the Inside Flap
Hundreds of thousands of students with learning disabilities head to college every year. The challenges seem endless. Aside from coping with difficulties in learning, students and their families face the daunting process of seeking out the right school for their specific needs.
This indispensable resource includes:
-Advice from specialists in the field of learning disabilities
-Learning-disabled programs? admission requirements and graduation policies
-Services available to learining disabled students at each college: tutors, note-takers, oral exams, extended test time, and more
-Policies and procedures regarding course waivers or substitutions
-Names, phone numbers, and email addresses of program administrators at each school
-Strategies for finding the right program for each student?s needs
In addition to the 338 schools profiled, a Quick Contact Reference List provides essential program information for another 1,000 schools.
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