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Why Recognizing Dyslexia In Children At School Can Be Difficult - A Story From The USA


I came across this extremely interesting article about getting support for a little girl in Nashville, TN in the US and how politics and lack of information shared among government groups can cause pupils to struggle in school because the resources are not made available.

Take a look at that article here.

So what is your experience of the provision of support for pupils in KS1, KS2 and KS3 back here in the UK?

What trends are you seeing?  What is being missed?

Please share your thoughts in the comments section below as well as share this blog post so that we can see the perspectives of other people across the UK.

Many thanks,

John

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