When Liz Woody’s son Mason was in third grade, he struggled to read basic words. After Woody moved Mason to a specialized school, she set out to transform techniques to reach struggling readers.

Liz had heard about a school called Odyssey that promised to reach students with dyslexia through their physical senses.  It didn’t matter that it was in Baltimore.  She moved the family.

John Tulenko of Learning Matters has the story.

Read more at http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/one-students-dyslexia-changed-community-viewed-learning/.