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Nouvelon psychologist wins literacy award

Alex-Andrée Madore honoured by the International Dyslexia Association of Ontario
Alex-Andrée Madore (right) is seen here with Ontario Human Rights Commission Chief Commissioner Patricia DeGuire.

A psychologist with Conseil scolaire catholique Nouvelon has been presented with the 2023 Literacy Leader Award by the International Dyslexia Association of Ontario.

Alex-Andrée Madore was presented with the award at the association’s conference on April 14.

With the presentation of this award, this provincial association recognizes Madore’s engagement in promoting awareness and understanding of structured literacy programming in their setting and helping students with learning disabilities through the science of reading. 

As part of her work at CSC Nouvelon, Madore has transformed literacy teaching practices through informative webinars aimed at helping students learn to read and encouraging teachers to complete their knowledge. 

More information is available on her website,

Madore has also created a YouTube channel ( for parents and teachers where she posts short informative videos on how to implement science-based education in everyday life. 

"Students and staff from all of our schools are fortunate to benefit from Alex-Andrée’s expertise and passion as well as the support of all Special Education team members,” said Paul Henry, director of education and secretary-treasurer at CSC Nouvelon.



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