Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina

Alerts & Legislation

State’s Reading Struggles Overview

The state of North Carolina needs to take a look at it’s higher education programs and how they train teachers to teach reading to our children. Teachers need to be taught about dyslexia and how these children learn. Read to Achieve will keep failing if the needs of these students are continually overlooked. -Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina #SayDyslexia

“Only 52 percent of first graders in North Carolina demonstrate reading comprehension, according to another report presented by Tara Galloway, director of K-3 Literacy at the State Department of Public Instruction. That number is 56 percent for second grade students, and the pass rate on third-grade end-of-year reading tests is only 55.9 percent. Over time, that pass rate has declined.”

Light it Up Red for the 1 in 5

Thanks for Lighting it Up Red North Carolina!

We would like to thank the Wells Fargo Duke Energy Center and the Cardinal Hotel for lighting it up red this Monday, October 15th for dyslexia awareness.
If you are in Charlotte or Winston-Salem Monday night be sure to check it out!
#SayDyslexia North Carolina

Empowering students affected by Dyslexia with Windows 10 and Office 365

Please join Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina and South Carolina for a workshop on inclusive learning sponsored by Microsoft at their SouthPark location in Charlotte.
They are offering this workshop six times this month in honor of Dyslexia Awareness month.
Don’t forget to RSVP.  

1. Go to Attend Event or Workshop
2. Select filter by Date
3. Select the date you want to attend
4. Select Empowering students affected by Dyslexia with Windows 10 and Office 365
5. Click on RSVP button