How Schools Can Promote Reading Success for Students With Dyslexia
Dyslexia is widespread and well-known, but instructional strategies to actually support literacy acquisition for students with this learning disorder are lesser known. Many teachers don’t know the best ways to target instruction for their students with learning disabilities while in a whole-class setting.
Ultimately, effective instruction for students with dyslexia begins with teachers’ understanding of the science of reading. It’s up to administrators to help provide their valued educators with the necessary tools and training to help students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities achieve the literacy success they are capable of.
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