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Books and Articles

Ansara, Alice. (1972) "Language Therapy to Salvage the College Potential of Dyslexic Adolescents." Bulletin of the Orton Society. 22:123-139.

Barkley, Russell A. (1997) ADHD and the Nature of Self-Control. New York: Guilford Press.

Benson, Peter L. (1998) What Kids Need to Succeed: Proven, Practical Ways to Raise Good Kids. Minnesota: Free Spirit Publishing, Inc.

Burns, Jerome. (1992) They Can but They Don't. New York: Penguin Group.

Capute, Arnold, Pasquale Accardo, and Bruce Shapiro. (1994) Learning Disabilities Spectrum: ADD/ADHD/LD. Baltimore: York Press.

Christy, D.S. (2005, Winter). "Brief Commentary of the WISC-IV. Perspectives." The International Dyslexia Association. 51-52.

Emig, Janet. (May 1977) "Writing as a Mode of Learning." College Composition and Communication. 18:122-128.

Greenwood, J.A., G.H. Morris, and C.G. Morgan. (1983) "Adapting a College Preparatory Curriculum for Dyslexic Adolescents." Annals of Dyslexia. 33: 235-250.

Guyer, Barbara P. (2000) ADHD: Achieving Success in School and Life. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.

Hallowell, Edward M. (1996) Answers to Distraction. New York: Bantam Books.

Levine, Mel, and Melvin D. Levine. (2003) A Mind at a Time. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Levine, Mel. (1996) Keeping a Head in School. Cambridge, Ma.: Educator's Publishing Service.

Levinson, Harold. (1980) A Solution to the Riddle: Dyslexia. New York: Springer Verlag.

Lyon, Reid, Norman Kasnegor, James Kavanagh, and David Gray, ed. (1993) Better Understanding Learning Disabilities. Baltimore: Paul Brooks.

McCoy, L. (1988) "Coping with Dyslexia." The Science Teacher. 55(8): 25-27.

McCoy, L. (1995) "The Parable of Jared." Perspective. 21(4): 21.

Shaywitz, Sally. (2003) Overcoming Dyslexia. New York: Alfred Knopf.

Sheras, Peter. (2002) Your Child Bully or Victim? New York: Fireside.

Stowe, Cynthia. (2000) How to Reach and Teach Students with Dyslexia. New York: Center for Applied Research in Education.

Vail, Priscilla. (1991) Common Ground: Whole Language and Phonics Working Together. Rosemont, N. J.: Modern Learning Press.

Wise, Nicole. (2001) The Over-Scheduled Child. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Wright, Peter. (1999) Wrightslaw: Special Education Law. Hartfield, Va: Harbor House Law Press.

Recognizing Dyslexia

Sabre Scene Newsletter

Reflections Newsletter

When Students Struggle
Teaching the World
About Dyslexia

  • TNCS developed and published teacher manuals used in public and private school settings.  A national publishing house now handles these books.

  • TNCS faculty members conduct local and national workshops and seminars to share their knowledge of teaching dyslexic young people.

  • TNCS hosts a Summer School program for middle school students and a Professional Institute for educators and parents.

Parent Coffees with Nancy

Nancy Foy will be hosting an informal coffee and conversation hour for TNCS parents from 8-9am in the Baker House on the fourth Friday of every month beginning in January.

Success Stories


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