there’s a large gap between beliefs about how reading works and what research says, and that gap is what works to keep kids from getting the proper interventions in a timely manner.

Key Takeaways:

Dyslexia, though not a disease, can easily go unnoticed or misdiagnosed by high-quality teachers.
Teachers can help dyslexic students through strategies such as providing extra time, strengthening vocabulary, or incentivizing reading.
Though all three of the aforementioned methods are good, a structured literacy program is proven most effective.

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