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Do Schools Have Learning Disabilities?

Knight, J. (1998). Do schools have learning disabilities? Focus on Exceptional Children, 30(9), 1-14.

Topic: Professional Development
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: The fact that teachers learn and implement research-validated practices at a disappointing rate is the premise for the observation that organizations may fail to learn because they are structured or cultured in ways that inhibit organizational learning.


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