"Each student in your computer science (CS) classroom is unique and benefits from instruction that accounts for their differing characteristics. This is particularly true for students with diagnosed learning disabilities and ADHD, here referred to as “learning differences.” Sixty-six percent of U.S. students diagnosed with learning disabilities spend 80% of their school days in inclusive classrooms."

Read more of the article from Outlier Research & Evaluation at the University of Chicago in the attached PDF.