How states are expanding support for students with dyslexia

New York may begin screening preschoolers for dyslexia as parents in that state and around the country put more pressure on schools to enhance interventions provided to students with the reading disability, the Times Union in Albany reported. Until last year, New York school officials did not use the word “dyslexia” in individualized education plans for students with learning disabilities. But a law passed last year allows the mention of specific learning disorders — such as dyslexia, dysgraphia or dyscalculia — in IEPs, the newspaper reported.  READ MORE

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