Can alternative fonts improve learning for students with dyslexia?

The use of more challenging fonts may help all students retain information, but it may be especially helpful for students with learning disabilities, according to a recent study of 275 teenagers. The extra cognitive processing needed to decipher the fonts may aid in learning and memory, researchers said.

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