Category: blog

Ontario students: Express what the #RightToRead means to you in art, poetry, sound or video

Dyslexic kids are super creative and find ways to express themselves in many different and […]

“You’re made well”: Shoe designer Fluevog on being a #creativedyslexic

“You’re made well. You’re made correctly. There’s been no mistake. Just believe it.” ~John Fluevog […]

“I think dyslexia is an awesome word”: Marcus’ story

In 2018, 10-year-old Marcus wrote a letter to his MPP Jill Dunlop about his experiences […]

We remember

This is the day we remember. We remember all the men and women who served […]

Cupcakes and curriculum change: Dyslexia advocacy is 365 days a year

Dyslexia Awareness Month 2019 was incredible. So much good happened last month that I’m reminded […]

Great leap forward: Right to Read inquiry

The Ontario Human Rights Commission’s Right to Read inquiry is personal. Our school board here […]

Thanksgiving, cooking calamities and dyslexia

This is not me! I love food-focused family holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas, but I […]

2019 Nobel Prize winner in chemistry also taught himself to read and write

Not only is American professor John B. Goodenough a Nobel Prize recipient for chemistry, he […]

The times they are a changing…

From climate change to better education, our children are demanding change. Are we listening?