After years in Special Education, a family makes the switch to Lindamood-Bell Academy. Within weeks, they witness a “monumental difference” in their son’s reading ability and his attitude about school.
A bright student describes what it’s like to have dyslexia and all about his experience learning to read at Lindamood-Bell. His mother gives her perspective, too.
Lenore’s 10-year-old son went from hardly recognizing sight words to hiding in closets to sneak in more reading time.
“The joy he now has with reading is the best result.” A mother of a second grader describes instruction.
Jacob’s last school year was incredibly difficult. We could not keep up with homework, and he could not keep up in class. He attends a really great private school, but even with extra support he didn’t seem to be learning. There were tears over homework and very low test scores. I have a master’s degree…
A mother tells the story of her second grader who couldn’t read.
We sent our pretty scared/worried little dude to his first-ever assessment