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Mir Ali
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The Library of Congress Literacy Honors Learning Ally for Best Practices Serving Children and Youth in U.S. Schools
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November 2, 2018 by Mir Ali

Learning Ally, a leading ed-tech nonprofit reaching more than 375,000 students last year, is one of fifteen honorees receiving the 2018 Library of Congress ... Read More about The Library of Congress Literacy Honors Learning Ally for Best Practices Serving Children and Youth in U.S. Schools

Understanding the "automaticity" of executing lower-level reading processes to master higher-level comprehension
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November 2, 2018 by Mir Ali

Automaticity is necessary in everything we do to move to higher order thinking skills and perform tasks flawlessly. When we first learn to drive a ... Read More about Understanding the "automaticity" of executing lower-level reading processes to master higher-level comprehension

How I Secured Tablets For All My Dyslexic Students
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February 1, 2018 by Mir Ali

A Teacher Shares Tips on Writing Technology Grants for the Classroom “I think I’ve been a thorn in my IT department’s side because I’ve ... Read More about How I Secured Tablets For All My Dyslexic Students

Teacher Ally: Assisting Educators, Maximizing Student Reading Progress
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February 1, 2018 by Mir Ali

Educators and students across the nation are speaking up about a major new improvement in how they access and get the most out of ... Read More about Teacher Ally: Assisting Educators, Maximizing Student Reading Progress

From Access to Accomplishment
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February 1, 2018 by Mir Ali

Remarkable Learning Ally volunteer Anne L. Corn, Ed. D. cherishes her 46-year relationship with the organization that began as Recording for the Blind. Without ... Read More about From Access to Accomplishment