February 27, 2019

As chords of harp music floated through the music room, children with large eyes watched silently as Literacy Intervention Specialist Jenny Armstrong’s fingers flew up and down the harp strings.

Jenny wanted to show Rolph Literacy Academy students her own special “super...

January 31, 2019

Literacy Intervention Specialist Jill Hodge tells her 30 reading students at Cottonwood Elementary that she has chosen them because they are special.

"You're going to be with me for two years because I love you, and you're going to learn how to read," Hodge tells her st...

January 16, 2019

The Kansas Legislative Dyslexia Task Force voted and approved Thursday formal recommendations — including requirements for Kansas teaching candidates, universities and school districts — to next be reviewed by the Kansas State Board of Education.

The Task Force was init...

November 15, 2018

 Carrie Haynes knew her daughter, Layla, who is in the third grade, was bright.

She could create art projects out of household items, and her thoughts and observations showed wisdom beyond her years. Not to mention that Layla has a gift with people.

"She is a very loving...

August 6, 2018

Like many dyslexic people, 81-year-old Duke Evans thinks outside the box.

His creative thinking skills have taken him on many adventures during his lifetime, including obtaining his pilot’s license, playing NCAA Division I golf and even filming the infamous 1991 Andover...