Tag Archives: college success with LD
Posted on 17. Nov, 2011 by Joan Azarva.
Students with learning disabilities can maximize their chances of college success if their high school teachers and counselors proactively prepare them for the challenges that lie ahead.
Posted on 19. Oct, 2011 by Joan Azarva.
For students with learning disabilities who aspire to college, a transition program after high school may be the key to post secondary success.
Posted on 06. Jun, 2011 by Joan Azarva.
Shire launches a new scholarship initiative to help support educational needs of individuals managing the symptoms of ADHD and going on to higher education.
Posted on 09. May, 2011 by Joan Azarva.
Two courses for high school students with learning disabilities and their parents will be taught this summer at Gwynedd Mercy College.
Posted on 29. Mar, 2011 by Joan Azarva.
A high school teacher discusses the benefits of the Intel Reader for students with reading disabilities.
Posted on 08. Nov, 2010 by Joan Azarva.
Whenever I tell parents of teens with LD/ADD of the high failure rate of our kids in college, they suspect I am either exploiting them for personal gain or am overly pessimistic. The bottom line is this: KIDS WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES NEED PREPARATION PRIOR TO COLLEGE TO MAXIMIZE CHANCES OF SUCCESS.
Posted on 20. Oct, 2010 by Joan Azarva.
If you’re the parent of a teen with a learning disability and are thinking about college, you’d better make sure your teen is well-prepared and the “fit” is good before paying tuition. The message that high school achievement doesn’t correlate to college success needs to be spread, so that our kids can successfully graduate.