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NYC to open new school for students with dyslexia, Banks says. By Alex Zimmerman and Reema Amin, Chalkbeat NYC.  New York City officials are planning to open a new school focused on serving students with dyslexia...

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Literacy Academy Collective Co-Founder Naomi Peña joins Adrienne Lawrence on The Conversation to talk about her efforts to start a school geared towards dyslexic learners.

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LEFT BEHIND, a documentary film currently in production, examines the issue of undiagnosed dyslexia, one of the leading causes of illiteracy in the United States. 

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These NYC parents struggled to find schools that would address dyslexia. Now they want to start their own. By Alex Zimmerman, Chalkbeat NYC

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Literacy Academy Collective Co-Founder Akeela Azcuy joins leading school administrators as they bring to the forefront the critical need to accelerate reading instruction and student learning through advances in educational research and science across disciplines.

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Manhattan Community Leaders Propose New School for the Dyslexic in Greenwich Village

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Moms with a Mission

They've got an ambitious plan to help Manhattan students who struggle with a learning disability