Children at school age are expected to familiarize and adopt themselves quickly to their school environment,learn to pursue rules and regulations, listen to their school teachers,and work independently and productively.Surprisingly, many children at school level do not develop those skills and lacked to maintain satisfactory interpersonal relationships with their educators/teachers, peer students and do not acquire adequate academic skills corresponding with the level of their peers. These put them at a greater risk of acquiring negative academic and social relationship outcomes. Hence, addressing the issue of learning disability, this book examines how the house and classroom are the right places for children with learning disability to learn. It provides the concepts surround the definition of learning disability, prevalence,the causal factors, identification and intervention mechanisms. Professionals in the field can benefit from this work that makes out important and practical information about successful home-school based intervention for children with learning disability.