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Learning Disabilities Referrals, Eligibility Outcomes and Services in Community Colleges: A Four-Year Summary

Mellard, D.F., & Byrne, M. (1993). Learning disabilities referrals, eligibility outcomes, and services in community colleges: A four-year summary. Learning Disability Quarterly, 16(3), 199-218.

Topic: Post-Secondary/Adult Education
Subcategory: Research
Summary: Data on access to LD services in California’s 103 community colleges are analyzed to determine the pattern of referrals for LD, eligibility decisions, and characteristics of students served according to age, ethnic, and gender groupings.

 

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