CLINTON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi College will host a regional dyslexia conference on Wednesday.
Parents and educators will be briefed on the latest research into the affliction by national experts, officials of the Mississippi Department of Education and local school leaders.
The program is scheduled or 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. at Anderson Hall in the B.C. Rogers Student Center on the college's campus in Clinton.
Conference topics will touch on the social and emotional aspects of dyslexia from the point of view of parents.