Language skills are the key to success in education and in the work place. They must be learned not by-passed. Approximately 20% of student population fails to master language skills at the same rate as their peers. Dyslexia/specific learning disability can cause bright capable, emotionally stable individual to enter a spiral of underachievement. Their difficulty is in learning to read, write and spell, Individuals with such difficulties can learn the skills they find most challenging if they are provided with a program that is uniquely designed and built around their individual strengths and weaknesses.
IDA fact sheets are convenient, professionally reviewed materials designed to improve understanding and support advocacy initiatives. Fact sheets are frequently used to enrich and supplement IEP meetings, school board […]
An achievement gaps exists
Many students enter kindergarten performing below their peers and remain behind as they move through the grades. Differences in language, exposure to print and background experiences multiply as […]
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