Culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) students comprise a substantial population of students with learning disabilities, and are historically disproportionately represented in spe- cial education. To effectively teach CLD students with learning disabilities, teachers should integrate evidence-based practices and culturally sustaining pedagogy in their practice. This article highlights several practical examples of culturally sustaining evidence-based practices across the content areas of mathematics, reading, and writing. Suggestions for practice and future research are presented in the article.
Learning Disabilities Research & Practice
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Freeman-Green, Shaqwana; Driver, Melissa; Wang, Peishi; Kamuru, Jessica; and Jackson, Dia, "Culturally and Linguistically Relevant Content Area Instruction for Diverse Students with Learning Disabilities" (2021). Faculty Publications. 4821.
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