Dyslexia Association to expand curriculum
The Dyslexia Association of Singapore will expand its curriculum to include Chinese literacy.
The pilot programme, which will help children with dyslexia master basic Chinese literacy, is expected to begin from January 2013.
Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam shared the plan at the association's 21st anniversary Charity Gala Dinner this evening.
Mr Tharman said there's a need to develop effective remedies to help children with dyslexia during their early learning years as the Education Ministry moves efforts upstream.
He said MOE has increased the school's capacity to support students with mild special needs
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