Educational Reform for Dyslexia in NJ Schools


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Dyslexia Awareness Month may have come to an end but you can still continue your local outreach and awareness efforts!

Raising Dyslexia Awareness at Your Local Library See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

Decoding Dyslexia - NJ

THIS internal parent struggle is what makes us the passionate parents that we are and what fueled the start of the Decoding Dyslexia movement!The hardest part . . .

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3 weeks ago

Decoding Dyslexia - NJ

Some of our dedicated Decoding Dyslexia-NJ members. It’s hard to get a photo with all over us together since we are usually doing lots of different things all at the same time! See MoreSee Less

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We had a great time at the LDANJ Fall Conference last Sunday. Met lots of wonderful parents, students, educators and professionals! Our Parent Roundtable session was a success and parents and experts both agreed it was very inspiring to talk with each other in that casual and organic way. We hope to do it again in the Spring! Learning Disabilities Association of New Jersey Inc. Elizabeth Hamblet Ann Robinowitz Education Center Norma Francullo See MoreSee Less

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4 weeks ago

Decoding Dyslexia - NJ

Our NJ dyslexia screening law states that if a child has 1 indicator of dyslexia and is in kindergarten thru 1st semester of 2nd grade (before the end of the 2nd marking period of 4 marking periods), then the child needs to be screened.

The law does NOT state WHO has to be the one to point out that indicator and ask for the screening. Therefore, that means the parent, teacher, speech therapist, OT, grandparent, administrator, etc. are all able to start this process. The law also does NOT LIMIT which indicators qualify.

Learn more about our NJ and Federal laws at our DDNJ parent roundtable session at the LDANJ conference THIS Sunday!!Don’t be fooled by the “Wait to Fail” model. #EarlyID #ReadacrossMD See MoreSee Less

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