Dyslexia

Overview

General Resources


These are resources that educators will find useful in supporting their work around the identification and education of students with dyslexia.


Resources that educators will find useful regarding regarding the nature of dyslexia and providing targeted, systematic and explicit instruction to students.

  • Special Education Guide

    A resource guide for parents and families regarding practices and procedures in special education.
  • Dyslexia Help

    Useful Resources on the identification, intervention, and instruction of students with SLD/Dyslexia from the University of Michigan
  • Dyslexia: The evolution of a scientific concept

    An abstract that explains the scientific understanding of dyslexia and other learning disabilities.
  • Dyslexia: A Brief for Educators, Parents, and Legislators

    The purpose of this technical assistance paper is to briefly describe what is currently known about dyslexia, focusing particularly on methods of early identification, prevention, and remedial instruction.
  • Go Ahead, Say Dyslexia

    An article published on Education Week by Kyle Redford which discusses issues surround Dyslexia such as effective interventions, general confusion surrounding the condition as well as potentially capable classmates who were "left alone to struggle in regular classes or ushered into the school basement to learn alongside students with a wide variety of learning disabilities, including the developmentally disabled".
  • OSERS Dyslexia Dear Colleague Letter

    The Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS) released guidance to state and local educational agencies which clarifies that students with specific learning disabilities such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia have unique educational needs.
  • Just the Facts – Effective Reading Instruction for Students with SLD/Dyslexia (2016)

    Information provided by The International Dyslexia Association, 2012 A resource to provide educators and families with "Dyslexia Basics."

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