Learning Ally Blog: Access and Achievement

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Now more than ever, people with learning and visual disabilities are flourishing in the classroom, launching productive careers and becoming assets in their communities. This blog spotlights remarkable individuals who demonstrate that having a visual or print disability is no barrier to educational success.


When Students with Dyslexia Access Reading, It's a Superpower!
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February 21, 2017 by Mir Ali

Guest blog by Kim Olson, Learning Ally's February 2017 Tutor of the Month In 2005, my career path led me ... Read More about When Students with Dyslexia Access Reading, It's a Superpower!

Sage Advice from a Long Time Learning Ally Member
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February 17, 2017 by Mir Ali

Guest Blog by Mark Fox, Learning Ally Member In 1973 after filling out the application for Recording for the Blind ... Read More about Sage Advice from a Long Time Learning Ally Member

Apply for a College Scholarship Specifically for Learning Ally Members
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February 8, 2017 by Aaron Muckin

Each year, Learning Ally offers two endowed scholarship awards for outstanding students with print and learning disabilities. The Marion Huber ... Read More about Apply for a College Scholarship Specifically for Learning Ally Members

Giving Blind and Visually Impaired High Schoolers a Head Start on the College Experience
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January 31, 2017 by Mir Ali

Guest Blog by Tovah Miller, Perkins College Success Program Director There’s no place more energizing than a college campus. However, many ... Read More about Giving Blind and Visually Impaired High Schoolers a Head Start on the College Experience

Mastering Your Own College Education: Study Tips for Students Who Learn Differently
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January 19, 2017 by Mir Ali

With our tech-obsessed society becoming more and more fast-paced, college students have a wide array of options. However, sometimes ... Read More about Mastering Your Own College Education: Study Tips for Students Who Learn Differently