Research studies show that as many as 9 per cent of school aged children within the United States have been diagnosed with Dyslexia. Some researchers have said that the number is even as high as seventeen per cent. It is understood that the problem may be even larger in Europe and non-European countries. It is reported that in countries like the US, Canada, New Zealand and UK, there’s lack of proper techniques and advancements in learning disabilities of kids in public schools. And in most of the countries, children are combating phonics and developmental disorders. Dyslexia is mostly a neurological or brain based condition. With this condition, there is speculated to be poor communication between the left and right brain hemisphere.