Shortfall for dyslexics

13th February 2004 at 00:00
A survey of 300 primary teachers found that two-thirds of them did not feel their school had enough funding to help dyslexic pupils. The survey by Brightstar Learning, which runs a programme designed to help pupils with dyslexia, also revealed that school staff are uncertain about how best to support dyslexics, and that there is no common approach to the problem in schools.

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