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Now more than ever, people with learning and visual disabilities are flourishing in the classroom, launching productive careers and becoming assets in their communities. This blog spotlights remarkable individuals who demonstrate that having a visual or print disability is no barrier to educational success.


From Struggling Student to National Honor's Society!
From Struggling Student to National Honor's Society!

December 17, 2015 by Mir Ali

by Eileen Tait-Acker, Headstrong Nation My son, Evan was identified dyslexic at age 8 in second grade.  He had struggled in ... Read More about From Struggling Student to National Honor's Society!

Specialist of the Month: Brian Wolff
Specialist of the Month: Brian Wolff

December 17, 2015 by Lauren Holstein (LAE)

Increasing Awareness of Dyslexia, One Myth at a Time Dr. Brian Wolff, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and owner of ... Read More about Specialist of the Month: Brian Wolff

My Dyslexia Story: Megan Pasquantonio-Pierce, Harvard University
My Dyslexia Story: Megan Pasquantonio-Pierce, Harvard University

December 17, 2015 by Mir Ali

Guest blogger Megan Pasquantonio-Pierce became a Learning Ally member when she was in college and graduate school. She recently reached out to us ... Read More about My Dyslexia Story: Megan Pasquantonio-Pierce, Harvard University

Dyslexia and The Great Technology Divide between College and K-12
Dyslexia and The Great Technology Divide between College and K-12

December 15, 2015 by Mir Ali

by Dr. Chester Goad Students with learning disabilities and their parents are typically anxious and stressed when they visit colleges ... Read More about Dyslexia and The Great Technology Divide between College and K-12

An 11-Year Old Speaks About His Dyslexia Experience
An 11-Year Old Speaks About His Dyslexia Experience

December 15, 2015 by Doug Sprei (LAE)

We sat down for a video interview with William H., a student in New Jersey who is dyslexic and, ... Read More about An 11-Year Old Speaks About His Dyslexia Experience

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