Special Education Video

I Have Dyslexia. How Teachers Can Support Students Like Me

By Sam Mallon — May 25, 2023 4:57
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Many students with dyslexia experience a range of challenges throughout their K-12 years that negatively impact their mental health and their images of themselves. Here, adults with dyslexia offer insight and advice for educators working with students with learning differences on their experiences and the types of supports they wish they’d had.

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Sam Mallon is a video producer for Education Week.

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