Personalized curriculum, particularly in language arts, would be quite beneficial to students with dyslexia. “CENTURY is a tool that gives students a tailored educational experience and teachers a way to keep close track of a student’s successes and failures — and where they need to work harder to help that child learn. The teacher side of it materializes as a dashboard that allows them to build custom curriculum for their students… As an added benefit, teachers can cross-reference each other — for example, a physics teacher may collaborate with a math teacher in order to figure out the best curriculum.”

Top 1% in the nation!

My younger sister Alexandra Forsythe – dyslexic and dyscalculic – scored in the top 1% in the nation on both the ACT and SAT without receiving any accommodations. Plus, she’s only a junior in high school, but she’s already earned about two dozen college credit hours (through AP exams, etc.) toward her planned double major of electrical engineering and computer engineering, with dual minors in computer science and math. I could not be more proud of her!


Alex’s YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAM9SXtF_fKOb70wKjxGQ0A