Schoolboy in high school class

Statement by James H. Wendorf on Proposed Regulations for Assessment Under the Every Student Succeeds Act

Written July 6, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 6, 2016 Contact: Lindsay Jones, Vice President, Chief Policy & Advocacy Officer Statement by James H. Wendorf on the U.S. Department of Education’s Release of Proposed Regulations to Implement Assessment Provisions of the Every Student Succeeds Act On behalf of the 1 in 5 children with learning and attention issues […]

Sheldon Horowitz in Dubai for the first-ever Middle East North Africa Special Education Network conference.

LD Expert Attends Awareness-Raising Conference in Dubai

Written June 24, 2016

You may know Sheldon H. Horowitz, Ed.D., NCLD’s senior director of learning resources and research, from his Ask the Expert YouTube video series. Dr. Horowitz regularly speaks at professional conferences in the field of special education, and is frequently cited in the press. But when he was asked to travel to the United Arab Emirates […]

mimi corcoran

Announcing NCLD’s New President Mimi Corcoran

Written June 16, 2016

The National Center for Learning Disabilities announced today that Mimi Clarke Corcoran has been named as its new President, effective July 11, 2016. Ms. Corcoran will succeed James H. Wendorf. NCLD is the nation’s leading programming, research and advocacy organization focused on the 1 in 5 people with brain-based learning and attention issues related to […]

Pete Denman

Designer of Stephen Hawking’s Speech Software Shares His Story at NCLD

Written by Natalie Tamburello | June 2, 2016

Last week NCLD, along with Understood and the Poses Family Foundation, hosted Pete Denman, a user experience designer at Intel and lead designer for Stephen Hawking’s speech software. Pete also happens to have dyslexia. Working on a team at Intel, Pete spent years evaluating, designing and testing an interface for Stephen allowing him to communicate. […]

Page 4 of 361...23456...36