Learning Disabilities within Postsecondary Education: Suggestions for Administrators and Faculty Members
Learning disabilities (LD) are a significant issue in the U.S. educational system and the fastest growing disability group in need of services at the postsecondary educational level. This growth has led to an increase in colleges and universities offering support services to the adult LD population. However, many students are still having difficulty remaining in college and completing degree programs. This difficulty may arise, in part, from confusion and misunderstanding among postsecondary professionals, including disability support coordinators and professors. The purpose of this article is to address some of the issues postsecondary educational staff and faculty members come across when dealing with the adult learning disabled population.
Capps, S. C., Henslee, A. M., & Gere, D. R. (2002). Learning Disabilities within Postsecondary Education: Suggestions for Administrators and Faculty Members. Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation, 1(3), pp. 15-24. Taylor & Francis.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1300/J198v01n03_03
Keywords and Phrases
Learning Disabilities; Disability Services; College Students; Postsecondary Education
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01 Sep 2002