Howard Margolis and Gary G. Brannigan
Gary G. Brannigan, Ph.D., is Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Chancellor’s Scholar at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh. He has vast experience in helping children overcome emotional and academic difficulties. He and Howard are updating their book Negotiating You Child’s IEP: A Step-by-Step Approach.
Articles by Howard Margolis and Gary G. Brannigan
Monday, May 17, 2021
As students start returning to school, many will face the Herculean task of becoming proficient readers. Some will be first-graders, some fourth-graders, and so on. And many of them, as their parents and guardians suspect, will face enormous struggles. If you're one of these parents or guardians who suspect that your child will struggle with reading, now is the time for action. Action alone, however, will not be enough. It's critical that you know what to request and what to avoid. This article focuses on one aspect of what's critical: Getting a comprehensive reading evaluation.