Dyslexics may suffer bias

January 22, 1999

Old universities must better identify and support students with dyslexia, according to a report by the national working party on dyslexia in higher education commissioned by HEFCE. The controversial report highlights how the 12,860 dyslexic students in higher education are concentrated in the new universities and colleges.

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