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Children with Learning Disabilities

Links To Helpful Sites

  • Hawai`i State Department of Education

    From here, you can access many of the educational resources available, links to the various schools and offices, the Board of Education, current state legislation (while in session), and get more information about the Standards Based Reform. Content Detail

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    Hawai`i State Department of Education
  • IDEA Practices

    The IDEA Practices Web site provides useful and timely information to help professionals and families understand and implement Individuals With Disabilities Act of 1997. IDEA Practices is a service of the ASPIIRE and ILIAD IDEA Partnership Projects. Content Detail

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    IDEA Practices
  • Learning Disabilities

    LD Online is a service of The Learning Project at WETA, Washington, D.C., in association with The Coordinated Campaign for Learning Disabilities. Content Detail

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    LD Online
  • Learning Disabilities

    A basic review of Learning disabilities (LD) and Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD). Also contains information on how to determine if your child has a learning disability, and what to do if your child is diagnosed. Content Detail

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    Learning Disabilities Online
  • Learning Disabilities Association of Hawaii

    Learning Disabilities Association of Hawaii is a non profit agency founded in 1968 by parents of children with learning disabilities Content Detail

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    Learning Disabilities Association of Hawaii (LDAH)
  • Real Choices Access

    This is a new Hawai`i-based initiative to give people of all ages who have a significant disability or long term illness more choice and the ability to make self-determined decisions in accessing services. Content Detail

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    Real Chioces Access
  • Special Education: Is It For Your Child?

    Information about the State of Hawaii's Special Education program. Special Education is specially designed instruction to meet the unique learning needs of students who require Individualized Education Programs (IEPs). Special education services may be delivered in a variety of settings based on the student's needs. Content Detail

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    State of Hawai'i Department of Education