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20 percent of school-aged children in the United State are impacted by dyslexia or similar language-based disorders. Because it’s an invisible disability, dyslexia is difficult to diagnose, especially in young children. New research suggests early detection could be key in ensuring these students receive the services they need to succeed. We’ll ask Pittsburgh Region Chair Christine Seppi and board member Daphne Uliana of the Pennsylvania Branch of the International Dyslexia Association about new pilot programs and legislature moving through the Commonwealth. The annual conference is being held next week in Pittsburgh.  Click the link below to listen to the discussion:

In Memoriam
Katherine (Kit) Gordon-Clark


Connor's story

This speech was given by Corry Miller
Dyslexia Awareness Day in Harrisburg, PA
October 21, 2015


Teachers Aren’t Dumb

The New York Times
SEPT. 8, 2015