This school year, teachers have valiantly confronted the challenge and uncertainty brought forth by the COVID-19 pandemic. Teachers are doing their best to keep students learning no matter what, adapting to ever-changing rules and regulations on the fly, preparing for distance learning, hybrid learning, or in-person classes.
Those who support students with reading barriers, like dyslexia, cerebral palsy, and low vision, encountered additional challenges as they worked to find new ways to provide the individualized learning supports that these students needed to learn and thrive. To find out what’s working and what isn’t, we surveyed over 800 teachers who support 10,000+ students with reading barriers on their experience as they adapt to the ever-changing educational landscape.
View the full report here.
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