Accommodations 101: Dyslexia

Accommodations 101: Dyslexia

Kids with dyslexia enter the classroom with a set of unique learning challenges that neuro-typical kids don’t have to worry about.  That’s where accommodations come in.  Accommodations are variations in how the child is presented with information, test-taking or writing and other tasks in the classroom. Level playing field Kids…

Accelerated Reading: Make Every AR Point Count

If your child is struggling to get “AR Points”, you’re not alone.  Some kids are natural readers, but if your child has dyslexia or another type of obstacle that makes reading hard, then you’ve really got to make every AR point count. First, find out how many AR points your…

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