dyslectic


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dys·lec·tic

(dĭs-lĕk′tĭk)
adj.
Variant of dyslexic.
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On the contrary, when the difficulties in the learning domain persist throughout his/her school attendance then the possibilities for being characterised as a dyslectic pupil are high.
These Centers should co-operate closely with the school community in order to help all those children labelled as dyslectic or with learning difficulties.
The aim of the development of this educational software is to aid dyslectic pupils of Primary Education in the language courses.
Gupta said the Punjab and Haryana High Court had taken note of the national policy on allowing the use of calculators by dyslectics.