What Parents of Dyslexic Children are Teaching Schools about Literacy


What Parents of Dyslexic Children are Teaching Schools about Literacy

Fewer than 40 percent of fourth and eighth grade students nationwide are proficient readers. Parents of children with dyslexia, a learning disability that makes reading and spelling difficult, are trying to change how reading is taught in the public schools.  Must see video below:

Successful literacy instruction and interventions provide a strong core of highly explicit, systematic teaching of skills such as decoding, vocabulary, comprehension, and writing.  For more information please visit:

  1. Center for excellence in Reading Instruction: https://effectivereading.org/
  2. the IDA fact sheet about Structured Literacy™: https://dyslexiaida.org/effective-reading-instruction/
  3. Structured Literacy™ infographic: https://dyslexiaida.org/what-is-structured-literacy/

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