Category Archives: Article

12 Mar
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How to Start Making a Family Financial Plan Today

By Sara BaileyWe all go into parenthood expecting to lose some sleep and change lots of diapers. On top of all this, your parent to-do list starts adding up with tasks you never even thought about before. One of those ...

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06 Mar
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Grassroots efforts strengthened dyslexia awareness, education

By Mary Mogan Edwards – The Columbus DispatchPosted Feb 29, 2020 In 2010, my literacy journey began with my children. The more I learned about dyslexia, the more determined I became to help change the trajectory of as many lives ...

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06 Mar
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Ohio Legislator Pushing for Dyslexia Screening

An Ohio legislator with a family connection to dyslexia wants to make sure that all public and charter school students are screened for the common learning disorder. Read More

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06 Mar
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Parents praise Upper Arlington turnaround to help dyslexic students

By Shannon Gilchrist, The Columbus DispatchOriginally published Oct 10, 2016 Every child can learn to read, Upper Arlington schools officials now say, and spotting reading trouble early pays huge dividends over time. That’s a sea change from 2010, say local ...

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06 Mar
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District Changes

How one school successfully did it.Hear the story of a school district that changed the lives of students & families by teaching all students how to read in the way their brain learns.  The results are fantastic.  School district personnel ...

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28 Feb
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Cold Weather and Crazy Kids

by Carrie Spencer With the holidays behind us, so many parents and children start looking forward to spring. Still, there are bound to be a few more cold and wintery days ahead. So it’s important for parents to be prepared ...

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24 Jan
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6 Smart Money Things You Should do ASAP as a New Parent

Written by Ted James of www.tedknowsmoney.com Becoming a parent changes your world—and your priorities—in many ways. One significant consideration for new parents is how to best plan for your financial future and that of your child. Here are six things ...

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23 Jan
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Teacher prep, equity top list of ‘hot’ literacy topics

The International Literacy Association’s survey comes as state chiefs gather in Washington, D.C. to discuss what some call a reading crisis. Clink here to read more about the article.

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26 Aug
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CBS Sunday Morning

Cracking the Code of DyslexiaYale University Dr. Sally Shaywitz defined dyslexia as “an unexpected difficulty in reading in an individual who has the intelligence to read at a much higher level.” Click on the link and read the story.CBSnews.com

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13 Aug
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Tips for Avoiding These Four School-Year Disasters

Another three months of relaxation, great weather, and quality time with friends and family is coming to an end. A new school year is almost in full swing, along with all of the responsibilities and duties that come with it. ...

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