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Q&A: Life After High School with LD

College-bound or trying to get your GED? Find out about opportunities after high school.

1. Will colleges turn down my daughter because of LD classes?
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2. I am 17 years old, can't spell well, and am having other problems studying for my GED. Can you help me?
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3. My son is in the process of taking his GED. He reads well and understands everything, but can't spell or write correctly. Do you have any suggestions on what he might do to prepare for the essay section of the test?
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4. We have successfully put a child through special education. He graduates. Now what?
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5. Is there any help for a high-school grad who had an IEP for SLD in reading, writing, and study skills? If there is, how do I access any information?
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6. I'm a high-school graduate with LD and a third-grade reading and writing level. How can I get into college?
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7. I am 38 years old and want to go to college, but had a bad high-school experience. What is your advice?
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8. Is there help for someone with LD in spelling and reading?
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