Decoding Dyslexia North Carolina


American Dyslexia

American Dyslexia

“Look at how Public Schools, School Districts, States and Washington violate dyslexic students civil right to a fair and appropriate Education.” This film came out this summer.  If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to check it out.

Please Lend Your Voice: ESEA/NCLB

Please join the NCLD policy team for an up-to-the-minute update as Congress quickly moves to rewrite the nation’s largest K-12 education law, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), also known as No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Thursday, February 12,…

Disability Rights NC- Listening Sessions 2015

Sign up for a listening session in your area. They begin on January 7th, 2015. Via Disability Rights North Carolina: “Every five years, our staff and board members travel across the state to hear from North Carolinians with disabilities and…

Meeting with US Senator Burr Staffer

Meeting with US Senator Burr Staffer

DDNC student & parent members recently met with Chief Constituent Advocate for Senator Burr, Ms. Andrea Hyman-Davis to talk about raising awareness and what needs done to support dyslexics.

A Mother’s Perspective: My son is dyslexic, now what?

This article was written by an North Carolina parent wanting to provide help to other parents that have just begun the journey of dyslexia. Mother’s Perspective: My son is dyslexic, now what? Receiving a diagnosis of dyslexia, whether for yourself…

Speak Up for Dyslexia! Letter Writing Campaign

Calling All Parents, Students, Educators, and Professionals: A letter writing campaign is a method of making our voices heard on dyslexia. Some may believe that letter writing is a meaningless, feel-good exercise but the reality is that well-timed, informed, and…