Program aims to help K-12 teachers identify students who may have dyslexia and teach these students how to read


dyslexia-readingLiteracy publisher MindPlay has introduced a new professional development program about dyslexia for K-12 teachers and parents.

Understanding Dyslexia is an online program that helps teachers identify students who have dyslexia, a learning disability that affects as much as 10 percent of the population. The program also explains how to help these students learn to read.
Dyslexia is a significant obstacle to student achievement in school. Therefore, nearly 20 states now require that teachers receive...

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