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Advocates pushing schools to better address dyslexia

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Laurie McEvoy knew her 13-year-old son, Jeremy, was struggling with language-learning as early as preschool. Other kids were writing their names, but Jeremy couldn’t. “If you put his name in a dot-to-dot, he could follow those lines, but he didn’t know that it was his name,” the Glenville woman said. WHEN: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28 WHERE: Clifton Park-Halfmoon Public Library, 475 Moe Road, Clifton Park. WHAT: Neuropsychologist Alison Curley will host the meeting. Anyone ...

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January 12, 2014
12:16 p.m.

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The Daily Gazette needs to provide subscribers with added content: Email address of authors of staff written articles, embedded links to web pages, blogs or similar for organizations cited in articles. This can make the web version worth paying for.

I am an adult sufferer of dyslexia. I find links to be of great help as it gets me to resources much easier than writing down the reference and then typing it into a search engine.

Jonathan Cassidy, poa
Jeanne Cassidy