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BLOG SERIES: Helping Students with LBLD Experience Academic Success

This series of blog posts features educators at the elementary, middle, and high school levels writing about ways that educators can help students with learning disabilities feel comfortable and confident in their academic pursuits. From keeping a BEE binder in second grade to writing scary stories in middle school and deciding which college to attend, this blog series answers questions and provides concrete strategies for educators who want to help their students be successful.


The Elementary School Perspective:

Lauren Guerriero currently teaches in a language-based, substantially separate classroom for second grade in the Quincy Public Schools.

The Middle School Perspective:

Erin Broudo currently teaches in a language-based program for grades 6-8 in the Wachusett Regional School District.

The High School Perspective:

The Landmark High School Guidance Department is made up of four professionals who are dedicated to helping students make important post-secondary decisions.

“I have come to believe that a great teacher is a great artist and that there are as few as there are any other great artists. It might even be the greatest of the arts since the medium is the human mind and spirit.”

John Steinbeck

Learn More about LBLD

See all of our blog posts for a collection of ideas related to teaching students with LBLD from educators in the field.

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Peruse our resources on LBLD teaching on our resource page.

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Take a summer course on the Landmark campus to learn more!

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Take an online course through Landmark Outreach to learn more!

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