Student-advocates advise future teachers on learning differences

04/18/2012 | Salem News (Mass.), The

Student-advocates from the Landmark School in Beverly, Mass., a private school that serves students who have dyslexia and other learning differences, spoke recently to a group of education students at Gordon College. The advocates encouraged the would-be teachers to be aware of students who may seem lost academically.

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