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The following are free newsletters from around the country:
Schools Moving Up A newsletter and resource that regularly runs online presentations from a wide variety of presenters on topics from reading comprehension to school improvement. If you can't watch the presentation real time, once you register, you can view the PowerPoint presentation at your leisure. Resource topics include a Reading Room, Ideas, Events, and Tools.
World of Dyslexia This newsletter is for anyone with an interest in dyslexia: dyslexia testing and assessment, teaching dyslexic children, advice for parents of a dyslexic child, coping techniques for dyslexic adults, free magazine articles, research, and much, much more!
Bright Solutions for Dyslexia Monthly newsletter by Susan Barton filled with up-to-date information on dyslexia. Ms. Barton's nephew's dyslexia started her quest to bring information and a tutoring system which parents and teachers can use to tutor children or adults with dyslexia.
eSchool News Keeps K-20 teachers up to date in the latest technology. Included is Grant and Site of the Week, Educator Resources, and Show Me How Now. Click onto their eSchool News online website for much, much more information. From their site you can also sign up for their free print newspaper!
The National Center for Learning Disabilities has four excellent newsletters: 1) Response to Intervention Action Network, 2) Early Learning & Literacy, 3) Learning Disabilities News, and 4) Parent Center Newsletter. This site and the monthly newsletters have relevant information for all teachers and parents. Sign up for their free LD Essential print resource sent three a year and one or all four of their newsletters.
Get Ready to Read! Monthly newsletter with Early Literacy Activities, News Briefs, Questions and Answers, Term of the Month, Resources, and more!
Colorin Colorado is a wonderful site from the Reading Rockets project, for parents and educators of English language learners. It has a variety of newsletters you can subscribe to including one that arrives monthly in English for educators and bi-monthly in Spanish for parents.
*These websites are provided for information only. The Sherlock Center does not endorse these websites and is not responsible for the materials/subscriptions purchased.
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