Evaluation Letter – Sample

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Through your Public School, you write and deliver to the school via letter or email to the principal and your child’s teacher a Request for Evaluation letter. Here is a sample letter

Misunderstood Minds (PBS)

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Millions of American children struggle in school daily because of serious learning problems. The causes are often unknown, specific problems can be difficult to pinpoint, and the long-term effects hard to predict.


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Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities.

The Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency

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The Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) is comprised of 16 regional educational service agencies strategically located in service districts throughout the State of Georgia. The agencies were established for the purpose of sharing services designed to improve the effectiveness of the educational programs of member school systems. In addition, the RESAs assist the State Department […]

The Georgia Learning Resources System

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The Georgia Learning Resources System (GLRS) is a network of 18 centers throughout Georgia that provide training and resources to educators and parents of students with disabilities. GLRS Provides Ongoing, Effective, Professional Learning!

National Reading Panel

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In 1997, Congress asked the Director of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)* at the National Institutes of Health, in consultation with the Secretary of Education, to convene a national panel to assess the effectiveness of different approaches used to teach children to read.

National Center for Learning Disabilities

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The National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD) is committed to ensuring that all students with learning disabilities graduate from high school with a standard diploma—prepared for college and the workplace.