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March 27, 2015

The benefits of reading are universally acknowledged.  Reading is often thought of as the bedrock of all education, the single most vital skill you can teach your child.  It increases vocabulary at a meteoric rate, trains the reader in critical thin...

March 20, 2015

Last week, our focus was on studying.  Study tips, good habits, the importance of proactivity, etc.  This week, we zero in on those mandated tests looming ever-nearer, TCAP season—the albatross around the neck of all students with dyslexia....

March 11, 2015

With TCAP, ACTs, SATs, and college entrance exams just around the corner, the next few months may be a time when you consider closing the shutters, barring all the doors, and taking the phone off the hook.  No distractions, just study time.

 

As paren...

March 5, 2015

Everyone’s got an opinion on dyslexia.  It means something different to each person.  So what is it really?  Can we actually boil it down to one definition?

 

Medical News Today (MNT) defined it as recently as September 2014: “Dyslexia is a...

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