Decoding Dyslexia – NJ is a grassroots movement driven by NJ families concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities within our public schools. We aim to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their children and inform policy-makers on best practices to identify, remediate and support students with dyslexia in NJ public schools.

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List of resource links to help students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities.

Raising Awareness About Dyslexia

Dyslexia is now in the mainstream news all over the U.S. and around the world. Decoding Dyslexia actively seeks out opportunities to raise awareness & educate community stakeholders.

Empowering Families To Support Children

Decoding Dyslexia empowers families with information & resources to support children with dyslexia and to work with educators & professionals at local, state, and national levels.

Informing & Motivating Policy-Makers

Decoding Dyslexia’s grassroots efforts and strategic advocacy have resulted in dyslexia & literacy-related legislation being introduced, passed, & enacted in NJ and around the country.

Decoding Dyslexia-NJ Members in Action
around NJ and on Capitol Hill

DD-NJ Announcements

Decoding Dyslexia featured in Time Magazine’s July 22, 2019 issue.
Click here for the article

Raising Dyslexia Awareness
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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Psychologist and researcher Dr. Virginia Berninger will share her expertise in the field of LDs, and will discuss specific learning disability (SLD) definitions, the steps of an evidence-based diagnosis for each LD, evidence-based instruction linked to each learning disability, and more! Presentation will be followed by a Q&A. A recording of the webinar will be sent out to all registrants. Register here: ... See MoreSee Less
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How is an IEP goal considered "achieved" at 80% when F&P (based on a flawed theory of reading, and terrible for dyslexia, but we digress) book levels A-K require student reading accuracy of 90%-94% to find the student's "instructional" level and accuracy of 95-100% to be "independent?" Is 4/5 tries really success? ... See MoreSee Less
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What an embarrassment of riches! This photo is a science of reading wish list come true. How lucky these teachers are to be supported on their #SOR #LifelongLearning #knowbetterdobetter journey. ... See MoreSee Less
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