A learning or physical disability can be difficult for parents, close family and the child himself, if there is no knowledge of laws and local institutions designed to help the child accomplish his or her goals in formal education. Use this brief, graphic review of what the IDEA (The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) does for students’ educational rights, concerning those with learning and physical disabilities. This law was enacted in 1990 and reauthorized in 1999. The percentage of students diagnosed with different types of learning disabilities has increased. IDEA provides education services to all students who qualify for special education. An education center for parents is also a key piece to involve the family in the learning process and give the child the necessary attention in individualized, critical areas — to improve them. The main objective of this is to adapt the learning system to students’ needs. Learn more by clicking on the graphic.