Our journey to 2025 is a bold one. It is crucial to increase access to our personalized education, and ensure that more children and youth can realize their potential and thrive.
The language we choose to use – as educators, parents, and students – is meaningful.
Those with dyslexia are bright and have many strengths, yet have cognitive barriers to learning to read, write, spell or do math at the same rate as their peers.
Dyslexics, and those with language-based learning differences (LDs), are intuitive, highly intelligent, creative and entrepreneurial.