One of the interesting philosophical issues or discussions present on the educational scene at the moment is that of the role of dyslexia as a cause for basic reading deficits. The purposes of this article are to present briefly some of the historical trends regarding the topic; analyze a few current definitions; outline several procedures for diagnosing the difficulty; offer a description of four techniques for dealing with the problem; and provide a response to three questions dealing with the real issues of dyslexia.
Cushenbery, D. C. (1981). Dyslexia: The Real Issues. Reading Horizons, 21 (2). Retrieved from http://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading_horizons/vol21/iss2/4