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Malloy is appearing at a Rhode Island school, where he is scheduled to talk to students about his personal experiences overcoming learning disabilities. The governor and former mayor will be a guest on Friday at The Hamilton School at Wheeler in
I won't spend my money at a venue because of these errors," she says. "A restaurant will check they use the correct ingredients, not substituting parsley for coriander because it looks the same...Many consumers like Brodsky are quick to notice poor
PST Updated: 03/02/2014 12:00:25 AM PST Dear Dr. K: My 4-year-old still mispronounces many words. Adults outside of our family have trouble understanding what he's saying...Dear Reader: Just as it took time for your child to learn his first word,
There has been huge investment into research seeking to understand dyslexia in recent years. This has led to the development of tests that can be used to diagnose dyslexia and interventions to help children overcome their reading difficulties.
When I heard this week that reading would "never be the same again", I was worried. But I'd forgotten that there are two kinds of "it'll never be the same again". A structural engineer might tell you that your kitchen floor will "never be the same
27 February 2014 0 View comments This man's facial hair will leave you lost for words...His incredible beard has all the letters of the alphabet plus a full stop and a comma...Mike Allen took on the challenge after a dare from friends and has finally
Tens of thousands of college students are keeping their learning disabilities a secret. While 94 percent of high school students with learning disabilities receive help, only 17 percent of learning disabled college students do. Colleges and
ET Thomas Klassen is a successful York University professor of political science who lectures hundreds of students. But when it comes to using the telephone, his lifelong stutter comes to the fore. When I can see the people, it's so much easier, he
Click to rate Alice, Wonderland, moments ago What an ignorant comment! Although, I wish I lived in the cosseted bubble you appear to..
Mike Kuczala will present "The Kinesthetic Classroom: Teaching and Learning Through Movement" at 7 p.m. Kuczala will discuss a brain-based approach to teaching and learning that supports the best instructional practices of brain-based teaching,