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My Storee by Paul Russell

from https://childrensbooksheal.com/2019/06/14/my-storee-by-paul-russell/ Author: Paul Russell, Author; Aska, Illustrator; EK Books, Fiction, Oct. 2, 2018; Suitable for Ages: 4-Themes: Dyslexia, Spelling, Reading, Writing stories, Creativity; Opening: “Storees keep me awaik at nite and counting sheep neva helps becos I no a grand adventur is allways waiting four me at the end ov my pencil.” Book Synopsis: A… Continue reading My Storee by Paul Russell

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Gov. Gavin Newsom, who struggled with dyslexia, is writing a children’s book about it

By TARYN LUNASTAFF WRITER AUG. 15, 2019 5:28 PM from https://tinyurl.com/yyxaum33 Gov. Gavin Newsom gets a high-five from his son, Hunter, after casting his ballot in the 2018 primary election with his wife, Jennifer Siebel Newsom, and children Brooklynn, Montana and Dutch.(Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times) SACRAMENTO —  Gov. Gavin Newsom is writing a book for children with… Continue reading Gov. Gavin Newsom, who struggled with dyslexia, is writing a children’s book about it

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Colorado Springs dyslexia expert appointed to national committee

By: Debbie KelleyAug 22, 2019 Updated 7 hrs ago Colorado Springs resident Lynne Fitzhugh, recognized as an expert on dyslexia, recently was appointed to serve on the National Joint Committee on Learning Disabilities, a nonprofit headquartered in Rockville, Md.Fitzhugh is one of 24 committee members and will represent the Academic Language Therapy Association, the twelfth and newest organization.… Continue reading Colorado Springs dyslexia expert appointed to national committee

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Student with dyslexia finds help through music

By KEN GORDON, The Columbus Dispatch | on August 18, 2019 from https://tinyurl.com/y4ehllqu In this July 31, 2019 photo, Katie Roddy, 16, poses for a photo during a break from choir practice at Broad Street Presbyterian Church in Columbus, Ohio. Roddy, an Olentangy Berlin High School junior who sings in the Columbus Children's Choir, recently won a scholarship,… Continue reading Student with dyslexia finds help through music

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Dyslexia advocates say ACT Government falling behind on commitments to improve classrooms By Alexandra Alvaro Updated Mon at 9:21pm PHOTO: Hannah Taylor was told several times by her teachers that they did not expect her to finish school. (ABC News: Elizabeth Pickering) Hannah Taylor is studying to be a lawyer, but her dyslexia left many of her teachers telling… Continue reading

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Efforts of Legislature, TEA Have Parents Of Dyslexic Students Cautiously Optimistic

By HEATHER CLABORN• JUL 9, 2019 Goldthwaite Elementary School students practice their reading skills.HEATHER CLABORN / KACU ListenListening...6:30KACU's Heather Claborn reports on the efforts of Texas education officials and state legislators to improve services for students with dyslexia. The state of Texas has been working to correct serious problems in special education highlighted by an investigative report by the Houston… Continue reading Efforts of Legislature, TEA Have Parents Of Dyslexic Students Cautiously Optimistic

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We must listen to, respect, and value people with learning difficulties

from https://tinyurl.com/y24u9cp7 July 2, 2019 The government is still failing to protect and empower people with learning difficulties, say Emily Burr, Kerry Martin and William Parmiter We are Emily, Kerry, and William. We are three writers who also happen to have a learning disability. We live and work in Dorset, and we each require various kinds… Continue reading We must listen to, respect, and value people with learning difficulties

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Program dramatically improves reading of at-risk students at an early age

In only two years, researchers were able to reduce number of Grade 1 children with reading difficulties from 290 to 7. By SCOTT LINGLEY The tools and techniques necessary to dramatically improve the reading achievement of at-risk students are already available, says an UAlberta education researcher, and he has the research results to prove it.… Continue reading Program dramatically improves reading of at-risk students at an early age

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AI is Introducing the Age of Hiring Dyslexic Employees

Integration of these things in your office management systems can be a prominent benefit for dyslexic employees from https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/336515 Varun BhagatSoftware Consultant | Blogger at PixelCrayons July 9, 2019 4 min readOpinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Characterized by reading, organizing and writing difficulties; Dyslexia goes… Continue reading AI is Introducing the Age of Hiring Dyslexic Employees