Over the next three years, the project hopes to raise awareness of dyslexia in IHLs, provide enhanced support for post-secondary students who come from the sandwiched class or low-income families, and conduct local research alongside a local university.

The collaboration with DAS is especially meaningful for LHF director Andy Lim, who also has dyslexia.

He felt that the research data will play a pivotal role in providing the necessary support for students in the long run, noting a lack of Asia-centric or local research.


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