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As a parent of a child with dyslexia, I came to this world of reading wars, phonics, balanced literacy, leveled readers, and other instructional methods that we argue about, as an innocent. I merely wanted
“The greatest enemy of progress is the illusion of knowledge.” John Young, Astronaut Several years ago, I was working as a contractor in the educational publishing industry. The scope of one of our contracts was
Nobody likes to tell little white lies about dyslexia services for school-age children, but that’s where we are. What would you do to change the educational climate of teachers and or the kids they teach
“It will get better. Your daughter will be OK,” said a friend whose daughter with a reading issue recently started college. Many times, throughout the years, parents of an older child with a reading issue
“Your child should attend a school specific to language disabilities or consider the home-schooling option.” Families like ours receive this type of recommendation all the time, and it is a life-changer. Perhaps you work full-time,