Jack Fletcher and Sharon Vaughn to Serve on Reading Advisory Committee
TCLD Principal Investigators Jack Fletcher and Sharon Vaughn have been selected to serve on the newly formed statewide Reading Advisory Committee.
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Featured Expert: TCLD’s Jack Fletcher
Learn about dyslexia, early intervention, and more through a series of video interviews conducted by Reading Rockets with TCLD Principal Investigator Jack Fletcher.
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Teacher’s Corner: The Importance of Middle School Content-Area Literacy
Learn about research-based cross-curricular strategies for supporting the literacy needs of adolescents and download the latest tools from the Middle School Matters Institute.
University of Houston Receives $10 Million to Support TCLD
An anonymous donor has gifted the University of Houston $10 million to support the Texas Center for Learning Disabilities.
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Identification of Specific Learning Disabilities
Download our new report on the various methods of identification, including recommendations for practice.
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Support for English Learners
View our resources to support reading and multitiered instruction for English learners.
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Education Research Matters: September 2018
This month in Education Research Matters, we examine control engagement during sentence and inhibition tasks in children with reading difficulties.
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We have posted summaries of our completed (2006-2011), and ongoing (2012-2017) research projects in the Researchers section of the site.
Read monthly summaries of new articles on topics of interest to the field, including important study findings and implications for research and practice.
Explore this research-to-practice blog with lesson plans and resources to support teachers and other practitioners.
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TCLD research is supported in part by grant P50 HD052117 from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD). Dissemination of research-based information about instruction and learning disabilities is supported by several sources. The content disseminated here and in other TCLD products is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the NICHD, the National Institutes of Health, or any of our other funding agencies.