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YouTube To The Rescue

It’s no secret that students with LD have a much easier time with the assistance of a good  study resource; when they’re faced with reading assignments that present dense text, complex ideas, and/or unfamiliar vocabulary, students can just shut down, especially those with reading disabilities. Rather than enrich their lives, these assignments can make reading… Read more »

Springboard Or Crutch?

An article in the November 7th, 2010 issue of the New York Times (view article here) raises some interesting points about the role of tutoring in the lives of families and students that elect to seek this service.  One of the most important issues raised by the piece is the “line” that a tutor must… Read more »