In this film, which covers examples of both innovative supports and traditional barriers at work, Meseret Kumculchew describes the impact of dyslexia, her experience at work and the treatment she received from her employer, which led to her claim for disability discrimination.
The valuable work of TAs often goes unrecognised but they are making a real difference to the lives of children in difficult times, writes the former DfE mental health champion.
The research aims to explore how the needs of university students with dyslexia could affect the way in which universities and tutors interact with them online, both in course teaching and to support their learning.
A 14 minute free webcast to provide an understanding of Dyslexia and the Simple View of Reading, presented by Sir Jim Rose.
Greg Brooks has been commissioned by the Dyslexia-SpLD Trust to produce a fifth edition of his report on What Works? (The previous editions, under slightly different titles, appeared in 1998 (with colleagues from NFER as co-authors), 2002, 2007 and 2013.)