Taking steps to solve the early education reading crisis in Kansas.

Isn’t it interesting how there are times when something wonderful and important is happening right in our own community and yet few people know about it? On this Friday, June 21, at the Advanced Learning Library, Fundamental Learning Center is hosting something wonderful and important—a pop-up conference on Dyslexia. Why? First, one in five of the total state population is dyslexic. Second, Kansas is the ONLY state in the nation that does not identify and classify dyslexia as a learning difference. This means that in USD 259 alone, over 10,000 students aren’t identified as dyslexic and they never get the support they need to learn to read. The Kansas Legislature appointed a group of professi

Green. Yellow. Red.

Green. Yellow. Red. This was how we defined our days, our moods, our family’s time together. Green. Yellow. Red. The color dictated how we felt about ourselves - if we were successes or failures. Green. Yellow. Red. Am I good or bad? Is it worth trying again tomorrow? Green. Yellow. Red. These were the colors of the stop light chart my son’s kindergarten class used every day to judge how his day had been. Most days were yellow and often red. Green was seldom used no matter how many incentives we offered, what instructions his teacher gave and how many times we offered praises and corrections. It doesn’t seem very powerful, just three primary colors. But to a six year old trying to navigat

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