The late 1980s brought a dramatic increase in the number of students with disabilities on college campuses, particularly students with learning disabilities. This increase was predictable because the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975 had been in effect for long enough that a large population of students had gone through public education having been identified and provided with special education.


Learning Disability Legal Issue Testing Service Handicap Child Academic Adjustment 
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