Attention high school seniors with LD! Apply for The Anne Ford & Allegra Ford Thomas Scholarship for a chance to win up to $10,000 for college here: http://www.ncld.org/about-us/learning-disability-scholarships-awards/anne-ford-allegra-ford-scholarships @Tifphanie Xayarath
Uplifting video about creativity and dyslexia by award-winning illustrator Shoo Rayner: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZ1CafLXFDY "When everybody else has got their wonderful exams and their boring jobs, you are going to be doing something really exciting and you're going to be the boss employing those boring, boring people who tried to put you in your place in the school days."
The School-Less Revolution: Free Online Courses Being Considered For College Credit
Could this encourage teens with dyslexia to pursue a college degree? Students may soon receive college credit for taking free, accredited online courses. The entire first two years of college, which consist mostly of large lecture courses, could be replaced. Read the full article here: http://techcrunch.com/2012/11/14/the-school-less-revolution-free-online-courses-being-considered-for-college-credit/
Tips for Reluctant Readers and Struggling Spellers: a website designed to help students who have difficulty spelling and are reluctant to read - http://tipsforreluctantreaders.weebly.com/ I am especially fond of this website because it was created by my younger sister, Alex, who found creative ways to overcome her dyslexia (and dyscalculia) and wanted to share them with others. Check it out. I am certain you'll be impressed, too.