Future of the LD Field: Research and Practice

Keogh, Barbara K.
October 1986
Journal of Learning Disabilities;Oct1986, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p455
Academic Journal
Discusses the future of the learning disability (LD) field. Major questions that can direct and guide LD research and practice; Status of the LD field; Dependence of progress on developing a meaningful conceptualization of LD.


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