A learning disability in California Community College adults is a persistent condition of presumed neurological dysfunction which may also exist with other disabling conditions. This dysfunction continues despite instruction in standard classroom situations. Learning disabled adults, a heterogeneous group, have these common attributes:
a. average to above average intellectual ability;
b. severe processing deficit;
c. severe aptitude-achievement discrepancy(ies); and
d. measured achievement in an instructional or employment setting.