Educator: Early intervention is essential for students with dyslexia

Appropriate early intervention is essential to ensuring that students with dyslexia reach their full academic potential, writes Dr. Rene Friemoth Lee, executive director of The Bodine School, which specializes in educating students with dyslexia. Lee argues that 90% of students with dyslexia will read as well as their peers if they receive help before first grade.

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