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Breaking Down Barriers
by , 01.26.2007
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Marianne Wolf, pioneer in the field of dyslexia testing and treatment. Photos by Tufts University Photo"In Finland, a child with dyslexia writes his name for the first time. In Israel, a four-year-old is tested for reading disabilities before entering kindergarten. In Somerville, Mass., a second-grader learns to read with the help of a new intervention program. Around the world, children are being tested and treated for dyslexia more successfully than ever before—thanks in part to Child Development Professor Maryanne Wolf's ground-breaking work at the Tufts Center for Reading and Language Research (CRLR)." [ Visit Website ]


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