Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Students labeled "lazy" may be dyslexic

Research indicates that as much as 15% of the student population may have dyslexia, but many children go undiagnosed. "The teachers coming out of the schools of education don't have the training," says a scientist from Haskins Lab, a New Haven, Conn., research institute specializing in language and literacy. The Hartford Courant (Conn.)

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