The Liaison Committee co-chairs also represent CLD on the National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (NJCLD). NJCLD members write papers on various important issues in the learning disability field. These papers include topics such as transition, response to intervention, assessment, and adolescent literacy. Copies of the papers can be found on the LD Online website. For additional information, visit the NJCLD website.
Accelerating Instruction to Meet the Needs of Students: Learning Recovery in Writing
Accelerating Instruction to Meet the Needs of Students: Learning Recovery in Math
RTI: An Instructional and/or Assessment Tool?
Digital Learning: Meeting the Needs of Students with Learning Disabilities including Dyslexia
The CLD Liaison Co-chairs announce the most recent paper of the National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (NJCLD) is entitled “The Use of Response to Intervention to Inform Special Education Eligibility Decisions for Students With Specific Learning Disabilities.” Response to Intervention (RTI) is a critical component of a multi-tiered service delivery system. This NJCLD paper presents concerns related to the implementation of RTI and its use as the sole method of evaluation to determine the identification and eligibility for special education as a student with a specific learning disability (SLD) and implications for transition.
The full article is in Learning Disability Quarterly, 43(4).
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NJCLD – COVID-19 & Learning Disabilities
The CLD Liaison Co-chairs announce the most recent paper of the National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (NJCLD) is entitled “Learning Disabilities and Achieving High Quality Education Standards.” Especially in this era of accountability, it is important for students with LD to achieve high quality education standards (HQES). Concerted efforts on the part of educators—supports, strategies, professional development—are required for students with LD to meet rigorous education standards. With appropriate support and individualized instruction, as well as strong collaboration among education professionals, comes a genuine opportunity for students with LD to master HQES and enhance their college and career readiness. The NJCLD paper highlights several critical areas necessary if students with LD are to achieve HQES.
June 15, 2015
The National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities (NJCLD) hosted a symposium on June 15, 2015, entitled, Using a Multitiered System of Supports to Maximize Success for Students With Learning Disabilities. Read a summary of the symposium proceedings and access resources and a PowerPoint presentation by George Batsche, Ph.D. at the LD Online website http://www.ldonline.org/about/partners/njcld
The National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities has published a paper addressing the Learning Disabilities: Implication for Policy Regarding Research and Practice more…