Learning is a complex and individual process. There is no single best way to learn, but most students follow a well-defined trajectory of learning milestones as they move from preschool through high school. Students who learn differently, on the other hand, often do not perform well within the confines of traditional formal education. To help you better understand students with LD, ADHD, and ASD, we have provided resources and links on this page. Please be advised that our responses do not represent legal or medical advice. Landmark College is not liable for any consequences, adverse or otherwise, due to information provided on this site.
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