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May 24, 2006


John Lloyd

Mr. Fox, I agree that LDonline is a good source, but I don't think that an award from NASET means particularly much.

sandy christian

I agree that LDOnline is a great resource to have and I have used it many times. I actually used an article recently to get my point across to a certain teacher that students with learning disabilities need to have info presented differently in order to completely understand it (a "no-brainer" to intervention specialists). The article highlighted the points I was trying to relay in a manner that was not overwhelming to the teacher, and my frustration was not as apparent using the article as my means of communication.

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