I can't wait for the first time I sit in an IEP meeting and read through a diagnosis that includes functional brain imagery!But when that research does catch up to the classroom, the results could be dramatic, said Monica Adler-Werner, who works at Ivymount School."My guess is that as much as what we're doing now is cutting edge, we'll look back in five years and see it as very primitive," she said. "We're at the beginning of a revolution in human understanding."
(Also of note - I didn't know before reading Shah's post that George Washington University has a doctoral program that integrates neuroscience and special education. Her post provides the link if you're interested.)