Transportable Classroom Aids Children with Learning Disabilities
University of Delaware Review
Shebra Hall drives a van that is also a transportable classroom to the homes of children with learning disabilities. Hall is the community initiative coordinator of BrightStart!, a program designed to detect and treat reading deficiencies and dyslexia in children, that is organized by Delaware's branch of the children's health system Nemours. The program tests pre-kindergarten aged children to ensure they do not fall behind in reading comprehension, according to Hall.
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