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Dyslexia Hill Days 2018

Dyslexia Hill Days 2018

Facebook Live  Wednesday, July 11th 9am-4pm Location:  SST Committee Room 2318 Rayburn House Office Building (HOB) Schedule: (Subject to Change) 9:00 – 9:30 Welcome and Introductions Congresswoman Julia Brownely CA Co-Chair of the Bipartisan Dyslexia Caucus Diana King Video Today…

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!

We will be sending out New Year’s post cards this year to select members of the North Carolina General Assembly. Please join us in helping spreading dyslexia awareness in North Carolina.  We encourage each of you to reach out to your Senators…

Can’t Make it to Dyslexia Hill Days 2017?

Can’t Make it to Dyslexia Hill Days 2017?

Attending in person is not the only way to join us in D.C. this year! You can participate from home or for the die hard advocates from your vacation spot. Follow the #SayDyslexia hashtag! We will be Tweeting Live from the…

Dyslexia Hill Days-Washington D.C.

Dyslexia Hill Days-Washington D.C.

Decoding Dyslexia is heading to Washington, D.C. at the end of June.  If you are interested in attending any of the open events be sure to check out the schedule. Schedule of Events A RSVP is required for individual events. For…

Why Legislation For Early Screening Is Needed In North Carolina

Why Legislation For Early Screening Is Needed In North Carolina

If you suspect that your child has a learning disability or dyslexia and they need special education services you may request an evaluation for an Individual Education Plan (IEP) from the school at anytime.  It does not matter what tier…

Thanks EducationNC, for letting us speak about the critical need to address dyslexia in NC!

Thanks EducationNC, for letting us speak about the critical need to address dyslexia in NC!

Defining dyslexia and identifying students who have it is critical “The earlier the identification, the more successful the outcome. More importantly, direct, explicit, evidence-based instruction would benefit all children in North Carolina. If we addressed reading instruction using Structured Literacy…