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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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Dual Language Learners Are Mastering English At This NJ School, Thanks to IMSE Orton-Gillingham

Florinda Monje knows what it feels like not to understand English. The Peru native studied English before immigrating to the U.S. in 2004, but had a hard time understanding accents once she arrived in the country. The speed with which…
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15 Activities and Tips to Keep Children Reading Throughout the Summer

Looking to avoid the summer slide? With students out of school, here are some ideas to get — and keep — your kids reading all season long.
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Orton-Gillingham Approach Getting Students Reading in Florida

At the start of the school year, Florida second grader Mia Nunez couldn’t read. But after a dyslexia diagnosis and 10 months of IMSE’s Orton-Gillingham lessons, Mia now reads at a third-grade level and is itching to dive into her…
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A Letter From Our Founder at the End of the School Year

Dear Educators, As we reach the end of the 2018-2019 school year, I’m inspired by the success I’ve seen in classrooms across the U.S. — and the great movement within our field.
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What is Structured Literacy?

Structured Literacy™ is a term created by the International Dyslexia Association in 2016 to help unify the names of the researched approaches to reading, including Orton-Gillingham, phonics-based reading instruction, systematic reading instruction and synthetic phonics.
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