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Learning Support at EAR

At EAR, we believe that learning in a diverse environment benefits all learners, teachers, and our community. Here, the general education teachers and special education teachers work together to meet the needs of students. This gives special education students the support they require while they stay in a general education classroom. The Individualized Student Education Plan (IEP) is closely monitored by our multidisciplinary Learning Support team, including certified and experienced special educators, English as Second Language teachers, and school psychologists.

Support is provided to students with mild and moderate learning needs in their least restrictive environment.

Support for Mild to Moderate Learning Needs

Students with learning needs learn best when they are educated with typically developing peers. We can meet most students’ needs in the regular classroom using differentiated instruction and support. However, some students may require a higher level of support outlined in an Individual Education Plan (IEP). The IEP outlines individualized learning goals and accommodations and is updated annually. Some students on an IEP may receive a specialized small group learning support class in addition to their regular classes.