Reading & Literacy Video

How This Approach Helps Students With Dyslexia Learn to Read

By Jaclyn Borowski — April 18, 2023 4:47
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The Odyssey School just outside Baltimore is an independent K-8 school for students with dyslexia and other learning differences.

To teach students to read, they utilize a reading intervention strategy called Phono-Graphix.

Here, Gaby Edwards, a speech language pathologist at the school, explains how this approach works, and discusses the results the school has seen in their students.

Jaclyn Borowski is the director of photography and videography for Education Week.

Coverage of students with learning differences and issues of race, opportunity, and equity is supported in part by a grant from the Oak Foundation, at www.oakfnd.org. Education Week retains sole editorial control over the content of this coverage.

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