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Mississippi Teaches Us Something about Reading

Bar Prep Buddy

Shaun, whose story of growing up with dyslexia, has launched a startup with a goal of helping law students study more efficiently for the Bar exam.

Audio Books vs. Reading

To most bookworms, reading a physical book is the ultimate form of learning, immersion, and experience. Some even suggest that listening to an audiobook is “cheating.” Despite this cultural belief, new research offers evidence that our brains react the same way when listening to an audiobook and reading.

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Early Reading Development Research

This study investigated the predictive relationship between key phonological language skills and early reading development.