Elementary school offers additional support in its dyslexia lab

02/16/2014 | Hattiesburg American (Miss.), The

An elementary school in Mississippi provides intensive tutoring sessions for young students who have been identified with possible signs of dyslexia. Two full-time and six part-time teaching assistants teach the students using a multisensory reading and spelling program. The lab was developed in response to a state rule calling for dyslexia screening in kindergarten and first grade.

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