Some Kansans call for dyslexia-specific programs

10/16/2007 | Wichita Eagle (Kan.), The

Some Kansas legislators are pushing for schools to introduce programs specifically for children with dyslexia. "So many of these kids fall through the cracks," says Brian Stone, a psychologist who works with those with learning disorders.

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