A Call for Accuracy

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Disagree if you like, but let’s get the facts right.

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One thing that I have enjoyed about Twitter and blogging is the constructive educational debates that occur from time to time. I am grateful for the feedback and comments on my recent series of posts challenging the view of reading disabilities as lifelong impairments. However, I am reluctantly writing this short post to correct misrepresentations of my position by @JulesDauby here.

Readers may or may not be interested but given that these comments directly impact on my professional standing I feel that I have to point out the following errors:

1    I have never said that children of low intelligence can’t read. This is a completely false representation. I have made it quite clear in the examples in the post, my website and other posts that all children can learn to read. I am passionate about this fact. Accepting that…

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1 Response to A Call for Accuracy

  1. Pingback: Blogposts for the 5 Weeks Ending 8th July 2015 | The Echo Chamber

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