Abstract. This Term Paper Will Be On The Education Reform

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Abstract
This term paper will be on the education reform in 2016 for students that have learning disabilities. The term paper will identify the issues that are currently facing lower income communities in education. This year marks the 41st anniversary of the public law 94-142 The individual with disability education act (IDEA). The federal government has consistently cut funding that would allow the states to provide the adequate resources to give the department of education the supplies needed to provide proper reforms in their perspective states. In 1975 congress passed public law 94-142 The individual with disabilities education act (IDEA). This law is to ensure that
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The paper will give more information on how legislation has been passed in the past years to provide better reforms which seems to still fall by the waist side. Lastly the author hopes to give information to the reader regarding the laws that govern education which can benefit the reader by being more informative.
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Introduction
Researchers define learning as a permanent change in performance of individuals undergoing the process of adaptation. Learning is considered as an act of individual to enhance his knowledge. Every person in this world will pay proper attention to what he learns, how he learns, and when he learns. There are specific learning styles for each one of us and it differs from person to person. And, it is due to this reason that researchers have defined nature of learning as paradoxical.
Legislation of the US stipulates that every child deserves a good start in life and should be supported to fulfill his/her potential. It is notable that children develop quickly in their early ages, and their experiences under the age five have the huge impact on their life as adults.
For this reason, it is vital that children get a safe and happy childhood in their right. Additionally, good parenting provides a high-quality learning experience for children; it provides the foundation that children must make the most of their talents and abilities. The United States possesses a strong tradition for equality in education since
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