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In the days before Freedom High School's October homecoming week, when most kids were worried about dressing up for spirit days, the girl poised to be the school's valedictorian was begging to be hospitalized. Before then, Helen Marie Castillo...
Testing season is upon us as the school year draws to a close and local students engage in the annual rituals of standardized assessments and final exams. Most kids find these tests a bit stressful. But for those with dyslexia and other learning...
Debora Coates-Consugar has a penchant for making math simple and enjoyable for students at Summit School, an Edgewater-based, not-for-profit education center for children with dyslexia and other learning problems. But sometimes the math department...
UK Basketball: Kentucky signee Marcus Lee has a love of graphic design, volleyball; has worked hard to overcome dyslexia and ADHDlarry@amnews.comMarcus Lee is a dynamic basketball player — that’s why he played in the McDonald’s All-American Game and Jordan Brand Classic along with five other future Wildcats. However, he’s an interesting personality away from basketball,...
The Hartford CourantPulitzer prize winning poet Phillip Schultz will hold a three day workshop at the upcoming Sunken Garden Poetry Festival at Hill-Stead museum. The author will introduce participatns to his writers studio method during the workshop, the museum said in...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLuke Badley was 6 years old riding along with his family when he noticed the long fenced bridge spanning across I-70 and asked his dad what it was. It was the Appalachian Trail overpass that hikers use to cross the busy highway. Badley’s father...
Michael Cosgrove, summer resident and author of "Imperfect Passage," will be the guest at the Friends@the Carnegie monthly event at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 20, at the Carnegie building, 451 E. Mitchell St., Petoskey. "Writing a book was especially...
email@example.comSt. Maria Goretti outdoor track and cross country coach Mike Spinnler took the podium at Tuesday’s 32nd True Grit Awards banquet like a minister in front of his congregation. The keynote speaker of the awards spoke of 2011 keynote speaker Susan...
Family Promise is having its third annual Empty Bowl fundraiser on June 2 with proceeds going to provide safe shelter, meals and support for homeless families. Guests are welcome from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Glendale,...
READER SUBMITTED: New York Writers Studio Comes To Connecticut: Hill-Stead Museum Offers Teacher WorkshopFarmingtonFrom June 24 through June 26, during Hill-Stead's Sunken Garden Poetry Festival, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Philip Schultz will lead a three-day introduction to his Writers Studio Method for teachers and writers. This innovative program utilizes the...
Bill Cosby doesn't just want to entertain his fans. He wants to educate and inspire them, as well. On Sunday, the legendary comedian will share his life stories and humorous tales at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood. But please, don't refer to his 45-...
UC Berkeley is making its vast library collections and course textbooks more readily available to students with visual and other impairments under an agreement reached Tuesday that could set a precedent for universities nationwide. The settlement with...
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