One question often posed to me, “Is reading for dyslexic students possible,” gets a short positive, “yes, of course,” in response.
Much of the work needed is to study the Morphology of language more closely.
The strides many colleagues have made in state legislatures across the United States have made huge changes. And, we also have a long way to go. Both opposing realities are true. Just like we have made great strides in equality, we still have a long way to go.
The scientific research on reading is clear. We know exactly how to teach dyslexic students how to read.
We just need teachers to be trained correctly.
And we need universities to correct their teaching credential programs to reflect the scientific research known about dyslexia.
Students with dyslexia need explicit instruction in the structure and Morphology of language.
We definitely know how to teach dyslexic students how to read. So, what was once thought impossible is possible.
Now, we need even more equity in the classroom, by training teachers properly.
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