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”
“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”
Heroes don’t always wear capes or leap over tall buildings.
Through the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada* (CMEC), since at least 2009, Canada’s 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”