Charter for students with dyslexia considered in Pa. community

12/8/2011 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A charter school designed to educate students in grades 2 through 8 who have dyslexia is being proposed in North Hills, Pa. If approved, the Provident Charter School would open in September 2013, becoming the first school in the region dedicated to educating children with the disorder. The school would feature extended instructional time and a curriculum based on the Orton-Gillingham method, in which students are taught in small groups using visual and auditory strategies.

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