25 years ago

31st May 1996 at 01:00
There are affinities between dyslexia and the Loch Ness monster, said Mr D.H. Brown, Edinburgh Corporation Child Guidance Department, to a conference in Edinburgh last week. Both dyslexia and the monster were overexposed.

A good deal of money was spent. Sometimes the monster was sighted and sometimes its existence denied. There were pro and anti groups.

TES SCOTLAND, June 4, 1971

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