The pressure on educators to meet state guidelines and community expectations is mounting. Find out how breakthrough interventions can help diverse student populations succeed.
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New research centering on the electrical brain signals picked up by EEG is clarifying the relationship between auditory processing and language learning.
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It’s not exactly news that there’s a relationship between auditory processing and reading disorders, but mounting evidence points to a “highly significant” correlation.
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