Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina

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HB 149 ‘Students with Dyslexia and Dyscalculia”

HB 149 ‘Students with Dyslexia and Dyscalculia”

House Bill 149 passed through the House with a 114-0 vote. It is now in the Committee On Rules and Operations in the Senate. If signed into law it would: Define dyslexia Ensure that professional development on dyslexia, dyscalculia, & other…

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…

Time for Dyslexia Legislation in North Carolina

Time for Dyslexia Legislation in North Carolina

This video was show at the Charlotte City Council meeting on September 12th when the City of Charlotte proclaimed October as Dyslexia Awareness Month. “We have made progress over the last two years, however it is not enough.  There are only eleven states…

Spreading Dyslexia Awareness to Congress

Spreading Dyslexia Awareness to Congress

Congress is in recess and your state Representative and Senators are back home in North Carolina meeting with their constituents.  Many of them are attending events in your district and advertising meet and greet opportunities for the public. Please consider…

Dyslexia Hill Days in Washington DC

Dyslexia Hill Days in Washington DC

Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina was excited to attend Dyslexia Hill Days in Washington DC this summer! We delivered each Representative and Senators office a packet that contained information about dyslexia, literacy statistics and stories from North Carolina parents about the…

Dyslexia Hill Days-Washington DC Schedule & RSVP Links

Dyslexia Hill Days-Washington DC Schedule & RSVP Links

Dyslexia Hill Days Schedule & RSVP Links #SayDyslexia Rally – July 11, 3:00