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The Challenges Of Working From Home With Dyslexia — And What Can Be Done To Help

Globally, 70% of people work remotely at least once a week, according to a study by Zug released in 2018. However, despite the abundance of options for many to choose remote work opportunities, as well as the rising popularity of doing so nowadays, those who live with dyslexia and find themselves working from home may face additional difficulties that can make the experience more difficult.

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ICTs and Girls’ Education

Continuing our series focused on EdTech in developing countries, we are looking today at the potential in technology for furthering girls’ education. According to UNICEF’s entry on Girls’ education and gender equality, providing education to girls in developing countries comes with a host of positive impacts.

Famous Dyslexics: Inspiration

Plenty of famous people in history are supposed to have been dyslexic. Even though it appears some of these assertions are conjecture, there is no doubt that you can find many successful dyslexic folks in all fields and disciplines. Even a shortlist of a few modern-day dyslexics includes some impressive names.