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Special Education Resource Sites
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The Massachusetts Department of Education has an extensive website that contains information on the IEP process and links to related areas of interest.


LDonline is a website that contains valuable information and links for both parents and educators. Information is also available in Spanish.


The Stevenson Language Skills Program offers systematic direct instruction for the learning disabled child in both Language Arts and Math.


Project Gutenberg is the internet's oldest producer of FREE electronic books. If you have a computer and a text reading program, the computer can read to your child.


This site contains much information for both parents and educators about inclusion.


The Douglas College ebook library contains sites providing free access to a variety of electronic books and texts.


This site offers both fiction and nonfiction wbooks in electronic form for purchase. It also provides a few electronic readers for download and access to the latest hardware for reading etext.


This is an interactive education site for children of all abilities to practice basic introductory reading skills.