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The Sonday System in Action: Part 4 of 12

Dyslexia laws have now been passed in 42 states, and while the specifics may vary, one central theme is that they are all based on the principles of Orton-Gillingham instruction. In study after study, an Orton-Gillingham based curriculum has been identified as the best way to serve these students who struggle to read. Read More

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The Sonday System in Action: Part 3 of 12

Whether you are a parent, teacher or administrator, if you work with a reader who struggles with dyslexia, you are most likely aware of Orton-Gillingham based instruction. In study after study, an Orton-Gillingham based curriculum has been identified as the best way to serve these students who struggle to read. Read More

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The Sonday System in Action: Part 2 of 12

Even if your district does not reside in one of the 42 states that have now passed dyslexia laws, you are most likely aware of Orton-Gillingham based instruction. In study after study, an Orton-Gillingham based curriculum has been identified as the best way to serve these students who struggle to read. . Read More

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Dyslexia Law Solutions: The Secret Joys of Being Interrupted by Social Media

The Orton-Gillingham method is a highly effective instructional approach for students struggling with Dyslexia and other reading challenges, but it can be difficult to implement. The Sonday System, developed by a nationally renowned Orton-Gillingham expert, has simplified this complex approach into a streamlined, easy-to-implement multisensory curriculum that empowers teachers to get more students reading sooner - without the added time and cost of additional training. Read More

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Finding the Right Resources

The Orton-Gillingham method has been around since the 1930s, and has always been known as a highly effective instructional approach for students struggling with Dyslexia and other reading challenges. But it can be difficult to implement. Read More

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Sonday System used by Middle School to get off the Underperforming list

Before using Sonday System in the 2006-2007 school year, only 33% of the lowest performing students met their reading targets, and after implementing Sonday in the 2007-2008 school year that number increased to 54%. Read More

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