Ensuring all students are empowered to learn.
Start today with a demo account
We make it easy to empower dyslexic students with tools, strategies and techniques so they are able to find and test their strengths, and then use them to overcome challenges in the classroom.
We provide ten weeks of targeted learning for students, and ongoing resources for teachers to implement into everyday class life. These lessons range from 30 – 45 minutes once per week
National Center for Learning Disabilities. (2013). Diplomas at Risk: A Critical Look at the Graduation Rate of Students with Learning Disabilities. New York, NY: Cortiella, C. Kirk, J. & Reid, G. (2001). An Examination of the Relationship between Dyslexia and Offending in Young People and the Implications for the Training System. Dyslexia, 7:77–84. The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse. (2000). Substance Abuse and Learning Disabilities: Peas in a Pod or Apples and Oranges. New York, NY: Columbia University. *Note: Due to the lack of consistency in criteria, diagnostics, and clinical definitions, some statistics on dyslexia may be outdated or refutable.
Logan, J. (2009). Dyslexic Entrepreneurs: The Incidence; Their Coping Strategies and Their Business Skills. Dyslexia, 15:328–346. West, T. G. (2004)Thinking Like Einstein: Returning to Our Visual Roots with the Emerging Revolution in Computer Information Visualization. Amherst, MA: Prometheus Books. Tulip Financial Report. (2003). *This article is quoted frequently. We are pursuing the original source. *Note: Due to the lack of consistency in criteria, diagnostics, and clinical definitions, some statistics on dyslexia may be outdated or refutable.