Promising school-based practices for students with attention deficit disorder
The Federal Resource Center (FRC) at the University of Kentucky was charged with locating public school practices that were considered by practitioners to be successful in serving students with attention deficit disorder (ADD) and their families. Key features of the educational practices that showed strong promise in identification, intervention and assessment of ADD are discussed.
Barbara, Burcham; Carlson, Laurance; and Milich, Richard, "Promising school-based practices for students with attention deficit disorder" (1993). Psychology Faculty Publications. 84.