Dyslexia most common learning disability
school girl daydreaming

Dyslexia is the most common learning disability, and 80% of students who have a diagnosed learning disability have dyslexia.  Boys are more likely to be dyslexic than girls, according to a resource from the University of Michigan. Dyslexia is a complex language problem. It is not a vision problem, but rather has to do with […]

Read more
How do your students learn to read so quickly, even after years of failure?
frustrated student reading

Students experience reading failure for many reasons. Some may have learning disabilities. Other students are learning English as a second language, while some do not succeed with the sight-reading method. Boys often have more difficulty learning to read by conventional methods. The Academic Associates method has simplified the process of learning to read. With this […]

Read more
Poor readers lag behind their peers
boy reading

Poor readers lag behind their peers in elementary school. Leading educators agree that those students who can’t read well by third-grade will continue to struggle in all subject areas. They will remain behind their peers. Unless an intervention is made, they will be unable to catch up. They will be at risk of being severely […]

Read more
Her reading improved dramatically
teen girl reading

Tracy suffers from a learning disability. She was in tenth grade, but due to dyslexia she was reading at a third grade level. Her family was concerned that she might not even finish high school. They wanted her to graduate and if possible go on to community college. Tracy had been a special education student […]

Read more
Healthy diet boosts children’s reading skills
healthy diet

Does a nutritious diet improve children’s reading skills? Finnish research says yes. This isn’t a total surprise, actually. But it turns out that there is a link between children’s nutrition and their reading ability.  It’s fairly well known that good nutrition, besides being important to overall health and growth, is essential to development of the […]

Read more
Can we cure learning disabilities?
brother reading

Most learning disabilities have no permanent cure. But our amazing brains compensate by adapting other sections of the brain to function for the disabled parts. Our method of teaching reading trains the left side of the brain, which is the brain’s most efficient way of learning languages. So while we can’t cure learning disabilities, our […]

Read more