Secretary DeVos Convenes Parent Roundtable

Secretary DeVos Convenes Parent Roundtable

Secretary DeVos Convenes Parent Roundtable to Mark National Learning Disabilities and Dyslexia Awareness Month OCTOBER 25, 2017 Contact:   Press Office, (202) 401-1576, press@ed.gov WASHINGTON – As part of the Department’s recognition of National Learning...
Fixing the Failure Model

Fixing the Failure Model

RESEARCH INDICATES THAT CHILDREN AT RISK FOR DYSLEXIA CAN BE IDENTIFIED BEFORE THEY BEGIN SCHOOL BY LEAH SHAFER, IMAN RASTEGARI, ON JUNE 14, 2016 9:25 AM (Boston Children’s Hospital) Are we looking for dyslexia too late? Ongoing research at Boston Children’s...
Investigating the Influences of Language Delay and/or Familial Risk for Dyslexia on Brain Structure in 5-Year-Olds

Investigating the Influences of Language Delay and/or Familial Risk for Dyslexia on Brain Structure in 5-Year-Olds

Early language delay has often been associated with atypical language/literacy development. Neuroimaging studies further indicate functional disruptions during language and print processing in school-age children with a retrospective report of early language delay. Behavioral data of 114 5-year-olds with a retrospective report of early language delay in infancy (N = 34) and those without (N = 80) and with a familial risk for dyslexia and those without are presented