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 →

Who Bears the Responsiblity For Student Success?

Are teachers being “scapegoated” or are American taxpayers being fleeced by our education system? Last month we posted a link to an article about reactions from national teachers’ unions to Continue Reading →

No Offense: But Isn’t It Alarming That So Many Children Are Not Learning to Read?

It appears I’ve offended some teachers by the post and comments on “Fifth grader is reading at 2.7 grade level. Should he be tested for Special Ed?” Before describing the Continue Reading →