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Bill to expand dyslexia voucher program clears Senate

The Mississippi Senate has advanced a bill that would let students with dyslexia receive public money to attend private or parochial schools that offer specialized services. House Bill 1046 passed the Senate after about two hours of debate Wednesday night. The bill cleared the House on Feb. 9. The Senate made changes, and the two chambers must agree on a final ...

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Neal Stephens opens DORE on learning disability

Neal Stephens is the director of Dore, a program that uses a drug-free regimen of physical exercises to help patients with “learning difficulties” like ADHD, Dyslexia and Asperger’s. Stephens graduated from Harvard in 2009 with a BA in economics. He has been at Dore since 2010. Q — Tell us about the Dore Program’s mission. A — The mission of ...

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