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October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month

Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed October as Dyslexia Awareness Month! North Carolina Dyslexia Awareness Month Proclamation We are excited to announce that Governor Roy Cooper has proclaimed October as Dyslexia Awareness Month for 2018. We will be posting city proclamations…

Day of Dyslexia-Hosted by North Carolina International Dyslexia Association

Day of Dyslexia-Hosted by North Carolina International Dyslexia Association

Day of Dyslexia Hosted by North Carolina International Dyslexia Association   October 13th from 9:00am-12:00  In person at the Hill Center in Durham, NC or at the host site at the Key Learning Center in Asheville, NC This event will also be…

Would you like your city to proclaim October as Dyslexia Awareness Month?

Would you like your city to proclaim October as Dyslexia Awareness Month?

Last October, 13 cities and towns proclaimed October as Dyslexia Awareness Month. If you would like your city to join in, please contact your mayor and ask them to proclaim it this year. Here is a template letter Dyslexia Awareness Month 2018 to help…

Welcome Back to School PTA

Welcome Back to School PTA

The North Carolina PTA adopted a dyslexia resolution in 2017.  We would like to encourage you to share this resolution with your local PTA.  Putting information like this in front of parents and teachers will help raise awareness and might even…

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…

My Future NC needs your input

My Future NC needs your input

The My Future NC Commission is on a listening tour across North Carolina.  It is time for them to hear about dyslexia an how it affects the literacy rate and the lives of so many North Carolinians.  There is still…