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Colleges with Programs for Learning Disabled Students

This page is designed to offer college bound students, parents, and counselors easy access to information about colleges and universities that offer programs, some quite comprehensive, designed to support students with learning disabilities.

Commission on Mental and Physical Disability Law National Law School Disability Programs Directory

The Directory is the first of its kind in aiding potential law students interested in practicing disability law, or employers seeking to find law schools that offer training for students in certain disability-related fields. The Directory supplies information collected directly from ABA-accredited law schools, including contact information for the school office that assists law students with disabilities, student organizations for law students with disabilities or related to disability law/rights, clinical programs that deal with disability or mental health law, and other relevant programming and courses.

National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange

The National Clearinghouse on Disability and Exchange (NCDE) is a comprehensive and free one-stop resource for people with disabilities, exchange and disability staff interested in study, work, intern, volunteer, research or teach abroad programs.

Peterson's Planner

Peterson’s has a database of about 1,500 private secondary schools and thousands of colleges. The descriptions are comprehensive, well-fleshed out, and often include links to the schools’ own web sites. The site also includes test prep and financial planning information.

The Faculty Room

The Faculty Room is a space for faculty and administrators at post-secondary institutions to learn about how to create classroom environments and activities that maximize the learning of all students, including those with disabilities.
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