In this podcast from the National Center for Learning Disabilities, Candace Cortiella interviews two experts about high school diploma options and their impact on students with learning disabilities (LD). Her guests are Laura Kaloi, public policy advisor for the NCLD, and Dr. Martha Thurlow, director of the National Center on Educational Outcomes.
Listen and learn how high school graduation rates are calculated, how students with LD factor into the equation, and what the consequences of accepting an alternative to a standard high school diploma are.
Listen to “High School Diploma Options and Students With LD” today! (length: 10 minutes)
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This podcast was made possible by a grant from the American Legion Child Welfare Foundation.