DLD Positions on Issues in Learning Disabilities

From time to time, the executive board of the Division for Learning Disabilities (DLD) examines current issues in learning disabilities and states DLD’s position about them. The purpose of stating the board’s positions is to inform the membership of DLD as well as the general public, including other educators and policy makers. DLD publishes those statements here where they are available for free download. DLD encourages people to disseminate them by referring others to this Web location.

Recommended Citation Format

Author, A., & Author, B. (year, month). Title of content. Division for Learning Disabilities Position Statement #. Retrieved from http://TeachingLD.org/pages/position-papers/

Position paper #2: Essential Components of Special Education for English Language Learners With Learning DisabilitiesJanette Klingner, University of Colorado, Amy Boelé, University of Colorado, Sylvia Linan-Thompson, University of Texas-Austin, & Diane Rodriguez, Fordham University. March, 2014.

Position paper #1: Intensive Interventions for Students With Learning Disabilities in the RTI EraSharon Vaughn, University of Texas at Austin, Rebecca Zumeta, American Institutes for Research, Jeanne Wanzek, Florida State University, Bryan Cook, University of Hawaii, & Janette Klingner, University of Colorado Boulder. February, 2014.