|Dyslexic girl, 18, predicted to fail English A-Level exam scores top mark in ...|
A teenager predicted to fail her English A-Level was allowed to type an exam after being diagnosed with a form of dyslexia – and scored the top mark in the COUNTRY. Clever Frederica Drewer, 18, had been told to expect a 'D' – until teachers realised ...
SWNS - Tue, 21 May 2013 06:27
|Bright teenager gains highest English A-level in the country despite ...|
Daily Mail - Tue, 21 May 2013 05:24
|LETTER: Dr Jeffery's ideological dyslexia|
Her claims are based on a complete misreading of the bill — perhaps a case of ideological dyslexia? Dr Jeffery's misreading deserves a response before its scare-mongering intent gathers momentum. At the heart of her argument are three erroneous claims.
BDlive - Mon, 20 May 2013 23:51
|Teaching dyslexic children: spotting the signs and supporting your students|
The existence of dyslexia was not always accepted. I distinctly recall a special educational needs inspector, as they were called at the time, telling me that there was no such thing as dyslexia and that all children just needed to be taught properly ...
The Guardian (blog) - Sun, 19 May 2013 23:03
|RIVERSIDE: Dyslexia association honors volunteers|
Sue Valdez and Elaine Offstein, board members with the Southern California Tri-Counties Branch of the International Dyslexia Association, received a Volunteer Recognition Award at the 16th Annual Volunteer Recognition Banquet sponsored by Community ...
Press-Enterprise - Mon, 20 May 2013 11:41
|New Help And Hope For Dyslexics|
New Help And Hope For Dyslexics 5/19/2013. New Help And Hope For Dyslexics (NAPS)-If you or someone you care about is among the one in five people affected by dyslexia-a disability that makes reading difficult-there may be good news for you.
Picket News - Sun, 19 May 2013 17:44
|Dyslexic, but not destroyed|
As a child, James Anthony Tan, the youngest Malaysian pilot, had trouble reading numbers and alphabets. But dyslexia has never been an obstacle to his ambition of becoming a globe-trotting pilot. At 21, Tan, who is on a mission to fly half way around ...
Hindu Business Line - Wed, 15 May 2013 09:14
|Dyslexic who made name as an author|
Jean, 58, who works at the Essex campus of London South Bank University, based in the former Harold Wood Hospital grounds in Gubbins Lane, said she initially took up writing after attending a stress management course but because of her dyslexia, she ...
Romford Recorder - Sun, 19 May 2013 08:05
|Dyslexia student needs help for PMR|
MY son is suffering from dyslexia. It is a neurological problem that results in difficulty to learn to read, write or spell. My son, who is sitting for his PMR examination this year, can only spell and read three words (four letters) per minute. As ...
The Star Online - Sun, 12 May 2013 17:00