Retired teacher helps Canadian with dyslexia learn to read

04/17/2009 | Times & Transcript (Moncton, New Brunswick)

Greg Drewett, 34, improved his reading level from that of a first-grader to that of a high-schooler in just two years after enrolling in a program that aims to help people with dyslexia. Drewett dropped out of school in the ninth grade and became a plumber's assistant until he was fired because he couldn't read well enough to be certified. Retired resource teacher Priscilla Wilson's literacy program transformed his life, Drewett says.

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