Why dyslexia gets overlooked

As aware as the public and educators are now about dyslexia, a surprising number of students are still falling through the cracks. Education journalist Sarah Carr joins host Krys Boyd to discuss the outdated methods being used to diagnose dyslexia — which rely on I.Q. scores before help is given – and the ways students of color are often left behind. Her article in Scientific American is “Too Many Schools Are Misdiagnosing Dyslexia.