dyslexia

The needs of some children are prioritized while those of others are massively subverted.
They're capable of the work. School leaders and teachers just don't always believe it.
Our education system is failing students with special needs.
“Kathy, your son just drove away with my car,” said my husband, laughing, as he came in the front door after mowing the lawn
Back-to-school week can be a hard for kids who struggle with writing.
Our youngest child has always had a talent for building things out of just about anything he can get his hands on. Blocks
This post originally appeared on Babble.com and was reprinted with permission. Lucy is a bubbly 9-year-old with a vivid imagination
By Rachel Vitti When my oldest son Lorenzo was in Pre-K, we did all the things we were supposed to do to help him get ready
Please don’t tell us we should “just try this” or that our child “should be doing that.”
I’m not ready for him to graduate high school this June.
By Anya Wasko A few weeks ago, something happened that reminded me why I’m grateful for my dyslexic brain. I’m a teacher