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50 Dyslexia Myths in 150 Words. Dyslexia doesn’t exist

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Many people deny dyslexia. Julian Eliot, professor of education at Durham University, author of the book The Dyslexia Debate, is one of them.

Experts challenge the author, arguing that contrary to his thesis against the learning disorder, the term has scientific and educational relevance.

Still, they agree with Eliot’s idea that science should focus on helping kids to learn…



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Jose Luis Ontanon Nunez

Industrial Designer & Communication Coach. Dyslexia, History, & Trivia Writer. Father/Pet Lover — Top 1000 Writer, also on #Books, #Movies, #Reading & #Writing