Letter to senators on the Maryland General Assembly Education Health and Environmental Affairs Committee on screening children for reading difficulties in the early grades and providing effective reading intervention.
Common questions about special education eligibility for children with dyslexia. Are children with dyslexia eligible for IEPs and special education? Fountas Pinnell, grade levels below, too smart for iep, significant discrepancy, specific learning disability, IDEA 504 Maryland Special Education Law
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