#Latest Research

Literacy Policies: Where Your State Stands (Part 1)

With the 2019-2020 school year officially underway, IMSE is excited to announce our 5-part overview of literacy policies across the US. Literacy and education policies can differ so much across country, state, and district lines.
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Literacy Policies: Where Your State Stands (Introduction)

With the 2019-2020 school year officially underway, IMSE is excited to announce our 5-part overview of literacy policies across the US. IMSE has traveled across the country (and world) offering Orton-Gillingham training to educators.
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Report: Success In A Colorado School District

Approximately 8,000 K-3 students were assessed each year over 4 school years (2014-2018). They were tested with the Dibels NEXT reading fluency assessment and were instructed in reading skills using the IMSE Orton-Gillingham Approach. For over 20 years, IMSE has…
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From The Archives: 5 Must-Read IMSE Journal Articles

While many of the fundamentals of reading and learning have remained the same over the decades, increased implementation of various technologies and new research has brought fresh perspectives and information. In honor of March is Reading Month, the Journal took…
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A Year In Review: 13 IMSE OG Stories That Made 2017 Extra Special

The holidays are a time of reflection and gratitude, and we here at the Institute for Multi-Sensory Education sure have a lot to be thankful for. Each year we partner with schools to bring IMSE’s Orton-Gillingham training to thousands of…
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5 Things We Learned About The Dyslexic Brain From An MIT Neuroscientist

Dr. John Gabrieli is a professor and expert neuroscientist in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Science at the Massachusetts Institute for Technology. For over 20 years, Gabrieli has dedicated his work to learning about the science behind “how the…
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