Last resort for literacy;Letter

26th February 1999 at 00:00
We need to devise strategies to help them within every single lesson. For example, methods to help young people with dyslexia can be taught to the whole class without singling out individuals.

We also need to find innovative ways to teach them when we do have their attention.

One idea would be to commission exciting computer programs which develop literacy along the way.

Councillor Isobel Cox

Islington Council

London N1

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