Developing the potential of children and youth with LDs paves the way for a stronger workforce and economy.
EY (Ernst & Young) reports (2018, 2019) not only validate these strengths, but demonstrates how the strengths of dyslexics will become even more widely sought after, citing the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs report highlighting the changing demand for competencies expected to emerge by 2022.
At Fraser Academy, we are proud to be empowering learners to reach their full potential, producing leaders and uniquely skilled employees who will build and make impact to an innovative economy.
Thursday, February 6 – 9:45 am to 11:30 am
We’re leaders in education that empowers students with diagnosed language-based learning differences. Over 95% of our graduates are accepted to college and university.
As we close this series of posts, and reflect on what people often refer to as the season of giving, as well as bringing family and community together, it is important to consider the underlying essence: doing good and creating the right change.