- Things that a student needs to be successful; for example, untimed tests and audiotaped books.
- A person who helps parents and students get or improve the special services that must be provided by the school.
- Testing of a student to determine if there is a need for special education services.
- To use a strength to overcome a weakness, such as using a computer to write papers if a person has trouble with handwriting.
- Schooling that takes place in the home, usually under the direction of a parent.
- Educating a student with special needs in a general education classroom.
- A disorder that causes a person of average or above average intelligence to have greater difficulty with reading, writing, math, listening, thinking, or talking.
- Special classroom, usually within a school building, where students with special needs spend most of their day.
- Services other than educational ones needed by a person who has been assessed as having a learning disability.