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Information on Learning Disabilities from SPED 730 KU

QuestionAnswer
What is the most common form of a learning disability? Dyslexia
There are more students with LD being educated in the general education classroom today then compared to the year 2000, true or false? True
Which gender is more likely to be identified with a learning disability? Male
Does the achievement gap between students with LD and those without get larger or smaller as students move from one grade to the next? Larger
What percentage of the total school enrollment in 2009 were identified with a learning disability? Five Percent
What is one of the primary challenges students with LD face in the classroom? Late identification which leads to falling further and further behind.
What would be an area to target as an educator for students with LD? Early and accurate identification.
Older students who struggle with reading benefit from being taught the basics of reading such as phonological awareness and word recognition, true or false? True
Individuals who live at or below the poverty line are more likely to be identified or self-identify as having a learning disability, true or false? True
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