Gene for dyslexia;Child File;Briefing;The week in education

17th September 1999 at 01:00
A team of researchers from the United States, Norway and Belgium has identified a gene for dyslexia, raising the possibility of genetic testing for the condition.

Reports compiled by Jon Slater with the assistance of the National Children's Bureau library and information service.

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