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November 22, 2017  

“People used to think dyslexia was a clear cut syndrome with signs and syndromes like a medical disease, but it is actually much more like blood pressure – it can range from very low to very high,” explains professor Margaret Snowling, president of St John’s College Oxford and one of the world’s leading dyslexia researchers.

Speaking on the Tes Podagogy podcast, she addresses numerous others myths around the condition, provides some tips and strategies to support dyslexic learners  and explains that education is still missing opportunities to help students with dyslexia get support at an earlier stage.