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5 Ways to Use Audiobooks in the Classroom to Help Struggling Readers

Audiobooks, like Learning Ally's, are used in classrooms across the world to help students with visual impairments or learning disabilities such as dyslexia access grade-level content. Here are 5 strategies to incorporate them into your classroom. [read more]

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May 28, 2010

Working at My Own Pace

Blinded by a roadside bomb in Mahmudiyah, Iraq on August 22, 2004, retired Marine Michael Jernigan is now thriving in college and speaking out for veteran wounded warriors hoping to rekindle their education. At RFB&D's Access and Achievement Roundtable in Washington, D.C. earlier this year, he shared some personal thoughts on independence vis a vis his educational path.

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