Learning Disabilities Identification:
Where We Are and What We Know
Nancy Mather, Ph.D.
Mather is a Professor at the University of Arizona in
the department of Special Education, Rehabilitation,
and School Psychology. She specializes in the areas of
assessment, reading, writing, and learning disabilities.
She has served as a learning disabilities teacher, a
diagnostician, a university professor, and an educational
consultant. She has published numerous articles and conducts
workshops on assessment and instruction nationwide. Dr.
Mather is a co-author of the Woodcock-Johnson III and IV and
has co-authored two books on interpretation and application
of the WJ III: Woodcock-Johnson III: Reports, Recommendations,
and Strategies (Mather & Jaffe, 2002) and Essentials
of WJ III Tests of Achievement Assessment (Mather, Wendling, & Woodcock,
2001). In addition, she has recently co-authored the
books: Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviors:
A Guide to Intervention and Classroom Management (2nd
ed.) (Mather & Goldstein, 2008), Evidence-based Interventions
for Students with Learning and Behavioral Challenges
(Morris & Mather, 2008), Essentials of Assessment
Report Writing (Lichtenberger, Mather, Kaufman, & Kaufman,
2004), and Essentials of Evidence-based Academic Interventions
(Wendling & Mather, 2009).
Archive and Materials
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