Smart Dyslexics Achieve Well in Regular Classroom Setting at Ed Sage School

Dyslexic students become independent, high academic achievers at Ed Sage School. The Brain Based Learning program at the school helps incorporate the needs of dyslexic students in a regular classroom setting to make them successful.

Most dyslexic students are quick, bright and learn in many ways. They are quick to learn using methods that supplement their reading and writing. In most regular classroom settings, however, they feel stupid because of their dyslexic issues. It is time for them to feel good about who they are, and what they have to offer. Feeling good and smart happens in the Ed Sage School for all students.

At Ed Sage School dyslexics use text to speech programs for reading comprehension of required reading material and proofreading of their writing. An app called Dictionary.com is used for pronunciation and meaning of words.

Ed Sage School is currently accepting applications for the 2022-2023 school year for grades 5-8. Contact Beth Silver, Head of School, to apply and information. Phone is 310-720-0390. Email is bethcarolsilver@gmail.com. School website: edsageschool.com

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