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Our Favorite Children’s Books for Spring

As winter gives way to spring, it’s a time of wonder for everyone! With milder days ahead, we’ve gathered some of our favorite spring-themed books for your ‘budding’ readers.
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Understanding Third Grade Reading Retention Laws

Across the country, more states are instituting laws that offer a ‘Third Grade Guarantee’—the promise that all children will leave the third grade able to read or be held back. IMSE takes an in-depth look at the history of these…
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Q&A with Catherine Gregory, President of the IDA’s Virginia Branch

For the last two years, Catherine Gregory has been president of the International Dyslexia Association’s Virginia Branch. The Journal recently talked to Catherine about IDA’s work in her state, the coming changes of the Every Student Succeeds Act and the…
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IMSE Grows with Teachers

Nancy Broz and Erica Blust are veteran educators from Ohio who took the IMSE Comprehensive Training in 2009. That sparked a deep passion for multi-sensory education and the duo has gone on to develop a complementary set of teaching materials for…
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IMSE Certification in Action: Stephanie Sawhney

The Journal talks to veteran teacher, Stephanie Sawhney, about her experience taking IMSE’s Comprehensive Training and Practicum. While many educators conduct their practicum in a one-on-one setting, Stephanie’s Practicum was unique as she worked in a small classroom of English language learners.
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Q&A with Vera Blau-McCandliss of Square Panda

Vera Blau-McCandliss is a cognitive scientist with a strong interest in education. It was this drive that led her to take IMSE’s Orton-Gillingham training during her post-doctoral work. Now, Vera is using all of that experience working with a new…
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