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    Why is it important for educators to understand what is normal academic development? Compare normal academic development with indicators for learning disabilities

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    Normal academic development entails the cognitive process wherein children progress through stages of cognizance in their mental capacities to learn. In each stage, beginning in their infant years through their pre-adolescence years, normal children not suffering learning disabilities progress in their capabilities for reading comprehension, problem solving, writing etc. Therefore, these children develop ...

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    The expert discusses the needs of special needs students compared to regular education students.

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