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Stories & News

Keeping you up to date with Wilson news.

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Marianna Wells celebrating completion of her master's degree with Joseph and Sharon Hehn, who were among her high school teachers and mentors.

Marianna’s Mentors

First-year special education teacher grateful to those who inspired her journey.

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Britton with his tutor, Wilson Credentialed Trainer Mollie Bolton, following his completion of the WRS program.

Inspiring Peers & Educators

Missouri Honor Roll student shares his experience overcoming dyslexia.

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Fall 2017 Decoder

View our newsletter profiling school and district-wide literacy initiatives, student success stories, and the latest scoop on all things Wilson.

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Barbara Wilson speaks with attendees during Parent Night.

2017 Parent Night

Dyslexia Awareness Month event focuses on assistive technology to supplement learning.

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Nicole DeBassio and her daughter, Ali, dressed up as the vowels “a” and “o.”

YMCA Book Club Boosts Summer Literacy

Summer camp enhances students’ reading skills with Wilson lessons.

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2017 Trainer Meeting Recap

Wilson Credentialed Trainers from throughout the U.S. gather for 18th annual meeting.

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Churchill Student Reading

Dreams Fulfilled

The Churchill Center & School is entering its 40th year of innovative learning disability education.

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New Jersey special educator Maggie Reilley is the first graduate of Fitchburg State University’s new M.Ed. in Special Education: Guided Studies – Dyslexia Specialist program.

First Dyslexia Specialist Graduate

Fitchburg State University and Wilson Language Training congratulate the first graduate of the new M.Ed. Special Education - Dyslexia Specialist program.

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Author Alby Lee Lewis with daughter Dr. Jaclyn Murawska during a book signing and dyslexia presentation at Saint Xavier University in Chicago.

Starting a New Chapter

Retiree learns to read, writes memoir about overcoming dyslexia.

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Cursive handwriting practice

Cursive Redux

Cursive instruction is making a comeback in the nation’s public schools.

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Ainsley celebrated with her tutor, Wilson Dyslexia Practitioner Christine Fagan, when she completed the Wilson Reading System in sixth grade.

Teen Advocate

Virginia student's literacy challenge becomes dyslexia awareness platform.

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Memorable Moments in the Classroom

In Appreciation of Teachers

A career in teaching creates memories that last a lifetime.

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Veteran educator and Wilson Trainer Allison McAvoy appointed to Tennessee’s new Dyslexia Advisory Council.

Leading the Way

Veteran educator and Wilson Trainer Allison McAvoy appointed to Tennessee’s new Dyslexia Advisory Council.

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Nancy Close leads a Fundations Pre-K lesson at at Hunter Elementary School in Greensboro, NC.

Early Learners Rise and Shine

North Carolina's Guilford County Schools are enhancing kindergarten readiness with Fundations Pre-K.

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Indian River Academy’s First Grade Chair Allison Biandis, IRA Literacy Coach and Fundations Facilitator Kimberly Smith, and Kindergarten Chair Alexis Moyer.

Reaching for the Stars

Indian River Academy in Vero Beach, FL, soars above and beyond its goals.

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