Teachers in the classroom can provide remediation for children having difficulty in making a satisfactory reading adjustment. Students of education, without a background in clinical psychology and without adequate equipment or time for detailed investigation of causal factors, can make use of a homeopathic approach in their attempts to provide treatment for children with reading disabilities. It is the purpose of this paper to show how this goal can be attained.
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