There are many different ways to help out middle school as well as high school students that suffer from dyslexia. One of the old sayings is that we learn to read by the third grade and after that, we read to learn, but this is not always the case. Kids are oftentimes pulled out of class and they are not sure why. They are aware that they are not reading at the same level as their peers.

Dyslexia And High School Students

Often, kids are pulled out of class or they sit down with a tutor without an explanation of what is happening and why.

Key Takeaways:

The needs of students with dyslexia change while in school.
One saying in school is that we learn to read by third grade.
Self-advocacy teaching should start no later than the end of elementary school.

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