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May 2017

In this fast-paced world, it can be challenging to stay abreast of the latest news and research. What’s true? What’s not? What sources are reliable? Who is just trying to sell the latest fad? To keep you in the loop, we vet and share a handful of our favorite links in each issue of the Examiner. Enjoy!

  1. Fantastic little video—“What is Dyslexia?”—from Gillis and Understood explains why reading is difficult for children with dyslexia and how to help
  2. IDA has released a new fact sheet about Applying for Accommodations on College Entrance Tests.
  3. Two links summarize implications of recent Supreme Court ruling: One from WrightsLaw; one from The Atlantic.
  4. Apply for a scholarship to attend IDA’s Annual Conference this Fall here.
  5. Report from National Center for Special Education Research summarizes NCSER’s investment in reading research and findings.

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