it's also interesting to note that, according to the article, dislexics are at a particular disadvantage when learning English due to the language's illogical spelling.
That being the case, would it be approapriate for dislexics to be allowed to learn English using an alternate phonetic script, or would it be preferable to force them to learn the current one and let them sink or swim with literacy?
In addition, this script could also be used to teach non-native speakers in Quebec, thus increasing their successrate in learning English as well and, perhaps, reduce some of the anglo-phobia.
After all, to be fair, if French Canadians and dislexics need to learn the monstrosity we call English spelling, I think it's understandable that some will be turned off.
What are your thoughts on this?