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Forward Movement

The Forward Movement While we treasure the traditions that have created the fabric of the IDA community, we know that organizations like ours can survive […]

Write Makes Right: Type is Hype

Share This: March 2015 by Diana Hanbury King   “I didn’t even have to think about the steps. You know, muscles have a memory and […]

Examiner March 2014

  In This Issue New Scientific Research Sheds Light on the Phoneme Debate Accrediting University Programs that Meet the IDA Standards Supporting Legislative Efforts in […]

Additional Resources

Parent Advocacy Resources Appropriate Reading Instruction for a Child with Dyslexia Pushing Back: What to Say When Your School Gets It Wrong Dyslexia in the […]

Help Change the Laws

Looking for a direct way to change public policy and help our children with dyslexia? If you’re in Maryland, join up with the IDA, Summit […]

Fact Sheets

IDA fact sheets are convenient, professionally reviewed materials designed to improve understanding and support advocacy initiatives. Fact sheets are frequently used to enrich and supplement […]


Share This: April-May 2015 By Diana Hanbury King In the first place, cursive is undeniably much faster. “Kate Gladstone, a handwriting specialist based in Albany, estimates […]

Transitioning from High School to College

For a downloadable PDF, click here. Help for Students with Learning Disabilities An increasing number of students with learning and attention disorders plan to attend […]

Testing and Evaluation

Share This: ` For a downloadable PDF, click here. When a child is struggling to read, someone will probably suggest that he or she be […]


[HEADING GOES HERE] The Dyslexia-Stress-Anxiety Connection Implications for Academic Performance and Social Interactions What is stress? Stress is the reaction of the body and brain […]


[HEADING GOES HERE] DYSLEXIA BASICS What is dyslexia? Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability. Dyslexia refers to a cluster of symptoms, which result in people […]


[HEADING GOES HERE] At-Risk Students and the Study of Foreign Language in School Students who have oral and/or written language learning difficulties in their mother […]


The IDA Examiner, our quarterly e-letter, keeps you abreast of happenings at the International Dyslexia Association and on top of dyslexia and literacy-related news in […]