My child has an IEP but is still failing. Now what?

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Students who require additional support and help in school may be qualified for special education services like Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), access to assistive learning devices, and accommodations, among the many services offered to children with special needs. IEPs are free of cost to kids enrolled in the public school system, and it outlines the … Read more

Integration in Special Education: How it’s different from inclusion?

Integration in special education

The education for children with special needs has developed gradually over time and is still in the process of transformation. Before the Civil Rights Movement, children with special needs were denied education and ill-treated in society. After the formulation and implementation of various acts that protected the rights of people with special needs, children with … Read more

How Does Dyslexia Affect Situational Awareness?

Dyslexia and situational awareness

REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON JUNE 13, 2023 Are you someone who requires extra hard work just to get something done? Or you might require some extra time to get aware of your surroundings. People with dyslexia often find themselves dealing with these situations. A common notion around dyslexia is  ‘an inability to read’. However, dyslexia … Read more

What does a special education teacher do? Duties and more revealed

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In the realm of education, where diversity blooms and magic happens, there exists a remarkable profession known as a special education teacher. Picture a spirited conductor, orchestrating a symphony of support and empowerment for students with exceptionalities. These extraordinary educators possess a kaleidoscope of talents, igniting sparks of potential in every child. With a touch … Read more

How To Teach A Child To Write On The Line?

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In a world where writing was done on tightropes instead of paper, it would have been a tricky business, to say the least! Fortunately, in the real world, there are lines on paper to guide young writers when they’re learning to write. However, like any skill, it takes practice to get it just right.  That’s … Read more

Does Dyslexia affect far more boys than girls? Truth and facts debunked

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REVIEWED BY NUMBERDYSLEXIA’S EXPERT PANEL ON MAY 09, 2023 For years, the prevailing belief has been that dyslexia affects far more boys than girls. As a result, many girls with dyslexia may have gone undiagnosed or misdiagnosed, struggling in silence as they navigate a world that often fails to understand the complexities of their learning disorder. Imagine … Read more