Teachers embrace audiobooks for students with dyslexia

“There’s good news for students who learn differently and those who teach them. Learning Ally, a national nonprofit, is considered a critical resource by thousands of students across the country who have learning disabilities like dyslexia, blindness or visual impairment, and has the world’s largest library of human-narrated audio textbooks, more than 77,000 titles.”

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Source: www.heraldextra.com

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