Study: Undiagnosed dyslexia tied to poor test performance

03/14/2008 | BBC · Guardian (London), The

More than half of British children ages 7 to 11 who did not score as high as expected on standardized tests had symptoms of dyslexia, and as many as 2 million nationally may suffer from the learning disability, according to a new study. The British government is investigating whether teachers specifically trained to work with children with dyslexia are more effective.

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