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History of learning disabilities in the US and internationally Prior to PL 94-142 in the US and internationally
Definitions of learning disabilities since PL 94-142 in the US and internationally
Identification of learning disabilities and practices in the US and internationally
Instruction/intervention in learning disabilities in the US and internationally
State of Learning disabilities in Saudi Arabia
Seven of the most pressing global issues surrounding education and students with Learning disabilities and potential solutions in the golf countries
Significance of these issues and potential solutions to education for students with Learning disabilities in the golf countries
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educational technology available to educators with examples ( mathematics, reading, writing )
How can the educational technology positively affect academic outcomes of students with Learning disabilities
State of educational technology use in Saudi Arabia
How educational technology is being used for students with Learning disabilities
What are the Strengths/Areas for improvement of the educational technology
what is the gaps in the educational technology
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