Turnaround in Upper Arlington: Despite Dyslexia – Every Child Can Learn to Read!

Six years ago Upper Arlington Schools were dismissing frustrated parents of students with dyslexia. The District refused to identify students with reading disabilities Students languished and fell further behind in Continue Reading →

Pete’s Comments: Pat Howey’s Post & the Decoding Dyslexia Flap

In December 2014, advocate Pat Howey published a post on the blog entitled “Wake Up Folks! You are Being Sold a Line of Goods about Dyslexia.” Her post generated a Continue Reading →

Wake Up Folks! You are Being Sold a Line of Goods about Dyslexia

Ok. I am going on a rant here and I expect some kickback. Before you tell me how wrong I am, please remember that I have been advocating for almost Continue Reading →

The Root of the Problem? Rock-Bottom Reading Skills!

– by guest blogger Kalman R. Hettleman, former member of the Baltimore school board, former state human resources secretary, and tireless advocate for children with disabilities. “Disabled students aren’t as Continue Reading →