How do we improve our program to better serve adults with Learning Disabilities?
As program managers/administrators, you are charged with long-term planning and continuous improvement for your program. Improving services for adults with LD is a growing priority. As you address this need, we hope you will use this entire site as a resource. In addition, we hope you will often visit this particular page - just for you - to find help and information you need.
Vision for an ideal system: Improving services to adults with learning disabilities
This report summarizes the efforts of an expert focus group to create a multi-year plan for restructuring Maryland's adult education delivery system to better serve individuals with learning disabilities.
Systemic Change: Are we making the connection?
Florida's Bridges to Practice online training looks at the big picture.
A Study Guide for Educators Providing GED Preparation (PDF format)
Using this step-by-step guide, lead your staff in evaluating and improving your program's service to adults with LD and other disabilities. AReas covered are pre-enrollment, orientation, assessment, instruction, test-taking, and transition from your program. This guide is a collaborative effort by the University of Kansas, Center for Research on Learning/Division of Adult Studies and the Washington Research Institute. It was funded by USDE/OSEP. To order hard copies @ $9 each, contact Noelle Kurth.
Learning disabilities program outcomes based on Bridges to Practice
These videos were created at a mini-conference in Kittery, Maine. Four New England states presented on their work based on the "Bridges to Practice: A Research-based Guide for Practitioners Working with Adults with Learning Disabilities" publication. Notes: Videos can be viewed with Media Player or RealPlayer.
LINCS-reviewed Resources for Managers/Administrators
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