Weekly Newsletter

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I want to take a moment and discuss the internet; specifically the internet as it pertains to Legacy students. I understand we live in a  digital age and there is no escaping it--nor should there be. The internet is full of useful information and technological...

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month, which is dedicated to bringing more awareness about dyslexia, especially how much harder a dyslexic child's life is than their non-dyslexic peers.  Being able to read and write with ease is something many people take for granted, but imagine looking...

When your child has learning differences, it can be scary. Many parents want their child to be like their siblings, or like "other students". That is not a reasonable expectation. Anatomical and brain imagery studies show differences in the way a person with dyslexia develops...

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