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Looking Toward Post K-12 Accommodations

Recently, the Department of Justice issued significant guidance on testing accommodations for individuals with disabilities navigating the transition to adult life. These guidelines apply to test-givers for high stakes testing situations, similar to the College Board, or other professional, licensing … Continue reading

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Researching Advocacy – You Can Help

At this time of the year, it is important to give thanks for those who have helped us on our journey as parents, and as educators working with students experiencing dyslexia and related learning differences. A Boston University student, Celeste … Continue reading

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Here’s to Technology!

Mindshift’s new article on technology’s importance and tools to help students with dyslexia is ¬†terrific, written in collaboration and as part of a series with The Big Picture Movie. Technology provides access by bypassing the processing glitches for reading, writing … Continue reading

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