Made in Wisconsin

People instrumental in helping ALL to read!

The University of Wisconsin @ Osh Kosh   has a program entitled “Project Success” Founded by Doc Nash

Robert “Bob” T. Nash

September 24, 1926 ~ May 21, 2017 (age 90)

He taught at University Wisconsin – Oshkosh from 1972 – 2000 in the Department of Education. His life’s passion was remediation of the dyslexic students and the implementation of Project Success during his teaching career at UW Oshkosh. Dr. Nash will be sadly missed by family, friends, colleagues and especially his beloved Project Success students. Inurnment will be at Central Wisconsin Veterans Cemetery, King of which he was a WWII Veteran.

Wisconsin has Three:  Children’s Dyslexia Center’s which is a philanthropy of the Scottish Rite Mason’s Located in Milwaukee, Madison, and Eau Claire.

Research in Dyslexia:

Mark Seidenberg P.hD.      “Language at the Speed of Sight” is the latest by Mark Seidenberg!


Steven Dykstra Ph.D.

Marcia Henry Ph.D.

Anthony Pedriana,  Teacher and later Principal in Milwaukee Schools shares a glimpse of obstacles to implementation of Research-based approaches to reading

Wisconsin Reading Corps, Division of Americorp devoted to teaching sub-skills of reading!

Literacy Services Wisconsin


Bright Young Dyslexics, Green Bay WI

Wisconsin Assistive Technology Initiative Great Resource for Assistive Technology Assessment

Creative Kids Rock, De Pere WI

There are so many people who dedicate their lives to helping others, Thank you to all who do extraordinary things for our children and adults every day!




“Leadership and learning are indispensable to  each other”

John F Kennedy   35th President of the United States, US Navy soldier, Pulitzer Prize-winning Author, and dyslexic



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