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Classroom and Assignment Accommodations You may be asked to assist the student in finding effective peer note-takers from the class.

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the assistance of a reader, scribe, or word processor for exams.

to use spelling and grammar assistive devices for essay exams.

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The guesthouses seoul Learning Disabilities Association of America, (LDA) is a nonprofit grassroots organization whose members are individuals with learning disabilities, their families, and professionals who work with them to advance the education and general welfare of children and adults with learning disabilities.

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