article critique identifying struggling students

Length: Article critiques are required to be a page and a half (1- ½) long. summery

Citations: Each article critique should contain two quotes: One from our textbook and the other one from the article.

APA Format: Citations must follow APA format. The first page will contain the details as indicated in the syllabus that include your name, name of class, and date at the top left corner. The second page will contain a HEADER, which is the title of your article critique in UPPER CASE LETTER. References: The details of your two quotes will be placed at the bottom of your second page after the answers to your questions.

Critique: Your article critique will consist of a summary of the article’s main points, which you will support by using a quote from our textbook and one from the article.

Questions: Please answer the enclosed questions that you will find in each tab below on the second page of your critique. Do not write the question, but make sure that each answer corresponds to each question so that you are answering the questions that corresponds to each number.

Questions:

1). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, students who are identified by schools as having a disability may qualify for what two types of assistance?

2). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, what type of date are schools required to report regarding students who are identified as having disabilities?

3). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, what other problems can arise when children with unidentified disabilities are not able to reach their full potential and risk falling behind and have to repeat a grade?

4). What key details does the National Center for Learning Disabilities point out that explain the reasons that signs of learning and attention issues get overlooked or misinterpreted?

5). What key details does the National Center for Learning Disabilities point out that explain the reasons that some parents refuse to let schools “label” their child?

6). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, without the right support, even exceptionally bright children will struggle academically, which can lead to which repercussions?

7). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, what are several factors that experts have hypothesized as potential explanations for the decrease in SLD identification?

8). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, federal guidance has made clear to states that when ADHD is the main reason students qualify for special education, they should be classified under which category?

9). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, researchers have noted that the achievement gap between typical readers and those with dyslexia is evident as early as what grade?

10). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, what factors contributes to placing students with SLD at significant risk of experiencing academic difficulties in later grades?

11). What is the message in the Louisa Moats quote?

12). What details does the National Survey of Children’s Health reveal about children living at or below the federal poverty level and SLD?

13). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, what factors are likely to contribute to the higher rate of SLD identification among low-income children?

14). What is the message in the Thomas Hehir quote?

15). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, what plays a role in overidentification of African-American students needing special education services?

16). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, what repercussions do students of color face when they are when they are misidentified as needing special education services?

17). According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, what do recent findings(2011-2013) reveal regarding race/ethnicity and ADHD among children ages 4-17?

18). What is the message in the Janette Klingner and Amy M. Eppolito quote?

19). In December 2015, No Child Left Behind was replaced by this particular act for K–12 education?

20). Of the challenges identified in the efforts to explore how multi-tier system of supports (MTSS) can help with early intervention and identification, which one outweighs the benefits? 21). What crucial details does the National Center for Learning Disabilities reveal about children who don’t read well in third grade?

22). Considering that repeating a grade increases the risk of dropping out (Links to an external site.) and is associated with other negative outcomes, what can be done so that the retained student succeeds?

23). As of Nov. 1, 2016, how many states had passed laws relating to dyslexia, and how many have begun exploring the issue through pilot programs and task forces?

24). In the 2015–2016 school year, three-fourths of the children ages 3–5 who were identified with SLD were from these particular states:

25). What do you consider the most important part of the National Center for Learning Disabilities’ article?

https://www.ncld.org/identifying-struggling-students