Abolishing dyslexia's stigma
A writer and entrepreneur — who is dyslexic — advocates abolishing the stigma and shame associated with learning disabilities by looking at reading in a whole new way.
Brain research, reading, and dyslexia
Pioneering pediatricians describe what brain research can teach parents and professionals about dyslexia.
How brain research can help demystify dyslexia
How can brain research tools help us understand dyslexia, fine-tune its identification, and improve teaching methods?
Dyslexia: an overview
Learn what dyslexia is, what signs to look out for, and what you can do to help if your child is dyslexic.
Structural brain differences in kids with dyslexia
Research in neuroscience has produced clear evidence of structural differences in the brains of children with dyslexia.
Andrew's journal: Growing up with dyslexia and ADHD
From second grade through high school, Andrew has shared his story of getting through school with the dual challenges of dyslexia and ADHD.
Dyslexia and the education environment
People with dyslexia have differences in brain structure. How can educators use this knowledge to teach them more effectively? An expert shares his insights.
Growing up with dyslexia: How I learned to succeed
A high school senior with learning difficulties inspires hope by telling his personal story of using determination and drive to overcome his challenges.
A conversation with Joyce Bilgrave about dyslexia and parental involvement
An expert who runs camps for kids with dyslexia responds to parents' questions.
Learning to spell - a challenge for elementary students with LD
Get expert advice on common spelling problems for kids with learning disabilities and tips for conquering them.
Famous people with LD and ADHD
Could you and your child use a little inspiration? Read about famous folks who overcame the challenges of LD and ADHD.
Passionate economist finds strength and humanity in her dyslexia
Top economist Diane Swonk reflects on how having dyslexia has made her stronger - and more human.
Overcoming dyslexia: a chat with Dr. Sally Shaywitz
In 2003, SchwabLearning.org hosted an online chat with Sally Shaywitz, M.D., where participants asked her questions about dyslexia and reading problems in children.
Should my child be evaluated for dyslexia?
An excerpt from Dr. Sally Shaywitz's book, Overcoming Dyslexia, offers parents information and insight.
A senior citizen reflects on her lifelong struggle with dyslexia
A woman identified with dyslexia at age 76 reflects on her lifelong struggles and ultimate triumph.