About the Journal
Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, an official publication of the Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA), disseminates the most current thinking and practice on learning disabilities.
The journal's focus is on research to practice and how the varied disciplines serving the lifespan of individuals with learning disabilities can be more effective.
Editorial pieces and position papers will be considered for publication if they are grounded in best practice or designed to create dialogue and discussion on important topics relating to learning disabilities.
The disciplines represented in the journal include early childhood, K-12 education , and post-secondary and adult services, advocacy, assessment, cultural differences, public and private education, families, law, mental health, public policy, research, science, social and emotional issues, social work, technology, and vocational and career education.
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