DECODING DYSLEXIA - NJ
Educational Reform for Dyslexia in NJ Schools

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Special DD-NJ Announcements …

October 2016 marks our 5th Anniversary.

Celebrate with us and enjoy this video of our amazing journey. dd-5thyear_final

Decoding Dyslexia’s 5th Anniversary Video

Go to our About DD-NJ page to learn more about our history and our story.

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Raising Dyslexia Awarness at Your Local Library …

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month, so how better to spread the word than getting your local library involved?

Go to our Events page for more details.

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Check out our…

New Jersey Faces of Dyslexia video!
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Click here for video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRlB-bYSrIU

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The Petition

Decoding Dyslexia – NJ is a grassroots movement by NJ families to address the struggles we face in securing appropriate reading interventions for our children with dyslexia in NJ public schools.

We urge the current NJ Reading Disabilities Task Force as well as our local policy-makers to address the following topics:

1. Establishing a universal definition and understanding of the term “dyslexia” within our state education code.

2. Mandating early screening and identification of at-risk students.

3. Mandating NJ teacher certification and ongoing professional development to include training on dyslexia and appropriate intervention strategies.

4. Mandating the use of appropriate research based reading interventions for at-risk students in both general and special education programs.

5. Providing for access to assistive technology for all at-risk students in both general and special education programs.

We call on NJ policy-makers to support students with dyslexia. It is time for NJ Public Schools to catch up with the science on reading and dyslexia.

Show your support now – Sign our Petition

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You’ve heard about the science of reading, but what does that really mean?

If you are not someone who devours books on reading science, this video gives you a good overview and should help you connect reading science with our NJ dyslexia laws, our NJ Dyslexia Handbook and the Federal IDEA law.

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Sometimes you have to be able to laugh at yourself. This was definitely a laugh-out loud moment for my daughter. 😊 See MoreSee Less

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‼️📒 Week #7! NJ Dyslexia Handbook Challenge!!

CHALLENGE — Potential Indicators of Dyslexia
See section:
Universal Screening & Early Dyslexia Identification

Link to the Handbook: bit.ly/2Hd7Ge3

🏅We challenge you to thoroughly read the NJ Dyslexia Handbook this summer and recruit your fellow parents and educators to read it too. The names of those who post comments on each "Challenge Post" will be entered into a contest. Prizes will from our new DD-NJ spirit wear (online store coming soon) and drawn at the end of the summer. Challenge posts will run on Fridays/Weekends! See MoreSee Less

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Decoding Dyslexia members from 46 out of our 57 groups across the U.S. and Canada were able to gather together last week to learn from each other and professionals.

Decoding Dyslexia-NJ is energized to keep working with all of you to continue empowering families, building awareness and sharing with policy makers of the best practices to help our children (and future grandchildren) in our NJ public schools! Join the conversation, join the Movement.

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