Barbara Dianis

Barbara Dianis, M.A., E.D., is the author of Grade Transformer for the Modern Student: Upper High School Edition. She overcame dyslexia in her own life using self-taught strategies and techniques. She went on to earn a B.A. in education and a B.A. in special education. She also earned a master’s in education, special education PreK-12, and language learning disabilities and a second master’s in psychometry. She is an alumna of Oral Roberts University.

As CEO and Founder of Dianis Educational Systems, LLC, Dianis believes in viewing students with various learning issues as capable students who can overcome their problems if taught properly. She has counseled parents for 21 years, teaching them to assist students in implementing effective learning techniques during homework and study time, and has also run an educational tutoring business for the past 20 years, helping thousands of students with dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, and other learning differences achieve enormous scholastic and professional successes. In 2010 Dianis was awarded The Biltmore Who’s Who VIP in Education and the Executive of the Year award, as well as the Remington Registry of Outstanding Professionals in 2011, for her continued leadership and achievement in the field of education.

Teenagers and their families can find a plethora of effective reading improvement techniques in her books; Grade Transformer for the Modern Student can be purchased from,, and Learn more about Dianis and Grade Transformer for the Modern Student on her website, Twitter, or YouTube.


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