Edge offers support and guidance to students and families that want to overcome the struggles of dyslexia and other learning differences. We offer on-campus and virtual tutoring options so your child can love learning.

Edge Fearless Learning Featured on AP News

As indicated in the Associated Press article, “The Science of Reading” is entering classrooms nationwide, but what about Math? Front and center is our own Margie Howells representing Wheeling Country Day School and Edge Fearless Learning. Take a look at the full gallery and the entire article.

The Leading Edge where Mission Meets Market

I am deeply concerned that we currently have too many over-generalized, non-distinct, smallish private schools and colleges, with limited resources. They are all trying to find a way to preserve or return to a past that is declining. There simply won’t be room for all of them. Ian Symmonds Read Ian’s Latest Article – “Why...

What You Need To Know About Dyslexia

The International Dyslexia Association has provided families with an invaluable resource for understanding Dyslexia on a physiological level as well as a personal one. This free-to-download handbook offers clinical definitions and descriptions of the disorder and useful information on how to grow and flourish as a learner with Dyslexia. Further, this handbook presents easy to digest details...
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Does My Child Have A Learning Issue?

If you’re feeling lost or overwhelmed with the thought that your child may have learning or attention issues, you’re certainly not alone. In fact, one in five children in the United States deals with these issues. The good news is, with the right support systems and learning environments in place they can and will flourish...
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Strategies for Teachers With Struggling Readers in Class

In this practical (and personal) post from an educator with The Yale Center for Dyslexia & Creativity, classroom teachers are given advice on how to help their emergent readers, even without a Ph.D. The article talks about what the educator did in the past when recognizing a struggling student, as well as how they’ve changed...

My Child Seems To Struggle With Executive Functions

In this special article from the Child Mind Institute, learning specialists from around the country discuss just what ‘Executive Functions’ are and how these organizational skills affect more than just the messy bedroom, especially within the mind of a child with learning or attention issues. They impart tried and true strategies for improving organizational behaviors as well as...
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