Proper diagnosis is key in dyslexic children, who have trouble processing written words. They often have trouble writing, even without dysgraphia.
Research connecting difficulty processing speech with dyslexia could lead to earlier diagnosis of dyslexia and better help for those who suffer from it.
Childhood immigration in Canada, esp. with rising refugees there, has sent educators looking for answers on how to best educate them.
Attending a middle school, compared to a K-8 school, may give kids a lower self-perception of their reading skills, a study from NYU suggests.
When communities rise up and challenge our libraries’ right to carry certain books, the community challenges the 1st Amendment, a student explains.
Literacy is a foundation for all learning, and Md. public schools have their share of $45 million coming from the feds to boost literacy skills.
To add to a sentence in a way that emphasizes or elaborates the point, should you use a semicolon or an em dash?
US and N. Korea are engaged in a war of words that we hope will not escalate into a nuclear threat. The words are becoming personal, though.
We can deny it, but test after test (whether valid or not) shows boys score well in higher math and girls in elementary reading. What to do?
Can a group of blogging freshmen in IL find the answer to what motivates students everywhere to success? One English teacher hopes they can.