Transforming Dyslexia from a Liability to an Asset

– From the Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity Community, Sally Shaywitz, MD and Bennett Shaywitz, MD “We are at a very special time for all those who care about Continue Reading →

Free Resources for Parents

Playing catch-up this summer? Use the time for summer learning and reading opportunities. Add these free resources to your reading list. From Wrightslaw: A Parent’s Guide to Response to Intervention Continue Reading →

Need Your Help! Please Sign Petition to Legalize Dyslexia & Accommodations

We need your help. Please join the Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity and Wrightslaw by signing this Petition to Congress. The Petition asks Congress to require testing agencies to provide accommodations for dyslexic students so their high stakes Continue Reading →

Better Prepared Teachers Lessen the Impact of Reading Difficulties

The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is conducting reviews of university-based teacher training programs in reading using the criteria set in the IDA Knowledge and Practice Standards. This is good news! Continue Reading →