Weekly roundup: edtech, dyslexia

weekly headlines and resources, edtech and dyscalculia, dybuster

Headlines

EdSurge hosted an edtech meetup in San Francisco last week where the main topic of discussion was how to promote equity in education. Educators and entrepreneurs both spoke on the role of technology in education and the potential of edtech to encourage inclusion. Read more.

From the Copenhagen Post comes this report on a Danish project to support dyslexics: a dyslexia networking program taking place in six Danish cities. The program is aimed at helping dyslexics connect with each other for advice on a host of issues, including finding jobs. Read more.

Resources

The Codpast has launched a new series, Jobs for Dyslexics. The series aims to break down misconceptions that certain jobs are not possible for dyslexics. In the first edition, dyslexic interviewee Anja Dembina describes her experience working as a press officer.