Everyday Dyslexia Heroes Project: Pandemic edition

Kids! Parents! Call for submissions!! The Everyday Dyslexia Heroes project is back with its pandemic edition! Dyslexic kids are showing amazing resilience during the pandemic. But it’s not easy. Help us create a record of this historic time, from the unique perspective of the dyslexic community. We’re asking students and parents: How is pandemic learningContinue reading “Everyday Dyslexia Heroes Project: Pandemic edition”

Black history month: Celebrating black history and people with disabilities

“When I was a teenager in special education wrestling with what it meant to have a disability, I didn’t have many examples of role models that looked like me.” Lederick Horne February is Black History Month. We’re pleased to share a video series that celebrates black history and people with disabilities. The videos feature AfricanContinue reading “Black history month: Celebrating black history and people with disabilities”

Canada-focused research on education

Through the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada* (CMEC), since at least 2009, Canada‚Äôs Provincial Ministers of Education have been aware that the lack of identification and interventions for dyslexia is a contributing factor to the problems encountered by students in Canada achieving success in literacy. CMEC is a good source of Canada-focused research andContinue reading “Canada-focused research on education”