Thought and Practice: (1987-1991) the Journal of the Graduate School of Bank Street College of Education
Describes the two major objectives of the Fisher-Landau program at Dalton: 1. To achieve early identification of specific learning abilities in otherwise intellectually gifted children in order to help them compensate for and thereby forestall some of their difficulties and academic defeats earlier in their school careers, and 2. to improve the effectiveness with which schools are able to meet the educational and developmental needs of learning-disabled children.
Zimiles, H., & Ross, S. (2016). The Fisher-Landau/Dalton Program: a Pilot Study of Teachers' Perceptions of Learning Disabilities. Thought and Practice: (1987-1991) the Journal of the Graduate School of Bank Street College of Education, 1 (1). Retrieved from http://educate.bankstreet.edu/thoughtandpractice/vol1/iss1/4
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