Williams, Joanna P.
April 2005
Learning Disability Quarterly;Spring2005, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p129
Academic Journal
Presents an article on students with learning disabilities and the approaches of special education teachers to enable these children to learn. Effectiveness of an instructional program developed for children with learning disabilities; Flaws found in learning disability studies which focus on prevention of the disorder; Importance of focusing on instruction in studying learning disabilities.


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