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Advancing Professional Goals

Online master's degree programs at St. Joseph's University embed WRS certification.

Wilson Dyslexia Practitioner Evan Lefton recalls her transition from struggling reader to special education instructor.

Inspired by Empathy

Wilson special educators share how their own reading challenges led them to become teachers.

Students and Teachers using Wilson

Fall/Winter 2018 Decoder

Catch up on the latest news, including district, student, and teacher success stories, professional learning opportunities, new collaborations, and much more.

Fundations Classroom Teacher and Students Tapping

Fundations with Fidelity

Students and teachers benefiting from Tier 1 prevention and early intervention program.

Books pencils and eye glasses

Peer Support

Five tips for college freshmen with learning differences, from a student who has been there.

Mother and son

Dyslexia Across Generations

A mother's childhood literacy challenges led to early identification and intervention for son.


Going Forth

400+ Wilson educators dive into enhanced WRS 4th Edition in preparation for the new school year.

A trio of educators at the University of Utah Reading Clinic

University of Utah Reading Clinic

Online and in-person, the UURC is providing WRS training throughout the vast state.


Sustainable Syracuse

Professional learning strategies from New York's Syracuse City School District.

Wilson's spring/summer newsletter, The Decoder

Spring/Summer 2018 Decoder

Catch up on the latest news about the WRS 4th Edition, district and student success stories, legislative updates, professional learning, and much more.

WRS helped New Jersey middle school student Saniah overcome a learning disability to become a fluent reader.

Shared Success

WRS enhances skills for practicum student and newly certified teacher alike.

Wilson Plus Teachers Equals Love

Teacher Appreciation Month

Educators across the country share what it means to be part of the Wilson community.

Westbrook, CT, special educators Rebecca Lyon, Shannon Cost, and Linnea Fitzgerald participated in Wilson’s Just Words virtual mentoring pilot program.

Virtual Mentoring

Live, interactive, and online: A new professional learning experience in Fundations and Just Words.

A love of teaching spans generations in this Wilson family.

Celebrating Teachers & Mothers

A love of teaching spans generations in this Wilson family.

WRS siblings Quinn and Ryan celebrate a milestone with their parents.

National Siblings Day

Brothers' dyslexia diagnoses leads family to Wilson, literacy, and relief.