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Can Audiobooks Help Kids with LD?

Learning Ally

Students with print disabilities who have access to audiobooks significantly outperform their peers in math tests, according to a recent study conducted by the national nonprofit Learning Ally, the nationís leading provider of accessible audiobook learning resources for students with disabilities such as dyslexia and visual impairment. The study reinforces the organizationís recent findings that audiobook resources bolster student performance in reading.

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