The monograph also provides an inclusive overview of consumers of learning assistance services and redefines the population usually aligned with learning assistance programs by moving away from the deficit model wherein learning assistance serves only underprepared students.
What does LAP stand for?
LAP stands for Learning Assistance Program (special education)
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We have 361 other meanings of LAP in our Acronym Attic
- Land Acquisition Plan (various locations)
- Land Administration Project (World Bank)
- Language Assistance Plan (various organizations)
- Language for Academic Purposes
- Large Area Processing
- Laryngeal Adductor Paralysis
- Laser Applications (radiation therapy laser vendor)
- Latin America Program
- Launch Assembly Plan
- Launcher Avionics Package
- LEED Accredited Professional (United States Green Building Council)
- Left Atrial Pressure
- Lesbian and Proud
- Lesson Administration Page (various organizations)
- Letter of Adoption and Procurement (military)
- Leukemia Associated Protein
- Leukocyte Alkaline Phosphatase
- Liberal Arts Program (various schools)
- Liberian Action Party (Liberia)
- Liberty Alliance Project
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The 2003 Kellogg Institute will train faculty, counselors and administrators from developmental and learning assistance programs in the most current techniques for promoting learning improvement.
Many newer members of the College Reading and Learning Association (CRLA) may know of Martha Maxwell as a pioneer in the field of learning assistance and developmental education, a champion of students who might otherwise not have had the opportunity to pursue postsecondary education, a reflective practitioner and thoughtful writer and editor who provided us with such notable works as Improving Student Learning Skills (1979, 1997), Evaluating Academic Skills Programs: A Source Book (1991, 1996), When Tutor Meets Student (1994), and From Access to Success: A Book of Readings on College Developmental Education and Learning Assistance Programs (1994).