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The following are links to recommended organizations and web sites that provide information on learning disabilities, ADHD, and other issues.

You can also see this list organized by type of organization, by focus, or by audience.

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Strategies and Resources for Mainstream Teachers of English Language Learners

This downloadable booklet is one in a series of "hot topics" reports produced by the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory. These reports briefly address current educational concerns and issues as indicated by requests for information that come to NWREL. Each booklet contains a discussion of research and literature pertinent to the issue, a sampling of how Northwest schools and programs are addressing the issue, selected resources, and contact information.

Structure of the Five Paragraph Essay

Sample outline with links to examples from the Glendale Community College website.

Student Aid on the Web

An online portal from the U.S. Department of Education offering information on student financial aid. Information in Spanish is also available.

Student Coalition for Action in Literacy Education

SCALE supports campus-based literacy programs across the country. In these programs, college students serve as literacy tutors or teachers in their community.

Students Can Find the Main Idea

Teach your students to "consciously look for the main idea." This page from the School Success Library of McDowell High School provides a list of questions, and suggestions, to guide students as they read.

Study Dog

StudyDog is a complete Early Reading (pre-K thru 2nd grade) computer-based program aligned with the findings of the National Reading Panel. StudyDog Reading provides all of the components of a complete, evidence-based, comprehensive, and effective early-childhood reading program.

Summer Reading Resources

SummerReading.org is a website hosted by the public libraries of New York, Brooklyn, and Queens. The website suggests bilingual books and activities for kids, teens, and adults, as well as other online resources.

Sunshine State TESOL

Sunshine State TESOL is committed to building a community of professionals teaching ESL (English as a Second Language) in the state of Florida.

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