Home Schooling and Learning Disabilities

“For an estimated 1.5 million students…their academics take place in the home. Parents (or others engaged to provide instruction and guidance) are in charge of “teaching.” Parents must create opportunities in which their child can master curriculum content they need to meet state graduation requirements and prepare their child for successful transitions from grade to grade, to post-secondary education, and to gainful employment.

Is home schooling (also known as parent-led home-based education) a good option for students with learning disabilities?”
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Source: ncld.org

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