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Support students with dyslexia by incorporating strategies that address their individual needs.


Dyslexia: What to look for

Approximately 15-20% of American students are affected by dyslexia, a condition that frequently remains undetected. Many students adeptly conceal their reading difficulties by harnessing their intelligence, creativity, and strong verbal skills. By leveraging your daily classroom experience and insights into your students, you can unveil the subtle signs that often elude notice.


Dyslexia is a different brain organization that needs different teaching methods. It is never the fault of the child, but rather the responsibility of us who teach to find methods that work for that child.

Dr. Maryanne Wolf, Director, Center for Dyslexia, Diverse Learners and Social Justice, UCLA

Discover the Dyslexia Awareness Action Pack

The Dyslexia Awareness to Action Pack is designed to give educators a quick win while helping your students in grades K-12 learn more quickly.

  • Build expertise and capacity with Dyslexia Awareness Workshops and Communities of Practice sessions
  • Build your youngest students’ language comprehension skills with Excite Reading®
  • Give struggling readers access to grade-level learning with the Learning Ally Audiobook Solution®

Put these powerful tools to work in your district and see reading improvements in no time.

More about dyslexia awareness


Educator's Guide

Hidden in Plain Sight: An Educator’s Guide to Dyslexia

Learn how to use your daily experience in the classroom and knowledge of your students to recognize the signs often hiding in plain sight.



The Hidden Costs of Dyslexia

The lack of reading proficiency is a key reason why an estimated 8,000 students drop out each day—limiting their financial potential and ability to compete in the workforce.



Dyslexia: What to Look for and How to Help

Gain a better understanding of what behaviors to look for, and how to provide support.