It’s that time of year again when students have either started back or are beginning to start back to the school year and even old work routines. While some aspects of getting back to old routines are welcome, there are plenty of reasons why students, teachers, and parents will have mixed feelings getting into what things that may have been disrupted during the pandemic. THE POSITIVES First the positives. Students will enjoy seeing old friends again, sports, extracurriculars, and trying new things. Dyslexics may thrive in personal interactions – social perception, empathy, teamwork, leadership – and this pandemic has been tough. Students learn from first-hand experiences and people. So, it’s nice to have more direct contact again. Other students may be significantly behind if your […]

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