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The report said the ambiguity in the state's policy on dyslexia may have directed some eligible students away from federally-funded special education services, violating federal law.
He said that due to the lack of awareness about dyslexia, maximum parents of dyslexic children are in denial while educational institutes are not dyslexia friendly.
According to them, currently Dyslexia occurs in at least one out of 10 people, which means that in a world with population of 7 billion, more than 700 million children and adults are at risk of life-long illiteracy and social exclusion.
Dyslexia is a neurological condition caused by a different wiring of the brain.
Myth 2: Dyslexia is a sign of low IQ Dyslexia is not a sign of low intelligence.
Dyslexia is one of the common learning disability with a prevalence ranging from 3 to 17.
This group of education leaders and advocates will bring insight and expertise as we discuss concrete ways we can strengthen our screening processes and interventions for students with dyslexia, ultimately preparing more students to be ready for the next step in their academic journeys.
It wasn't until later in life that he was diagnosed with dyslexia and started to turn his life around.
More than half of the 475 primary and secondary pupils who were screened in November by the Lexicon Reading Centre were at a "high risk" of dyslexia.
Method: Sample included140 students (70 girls and 70 boys) with dyslexia.
The newly-formed Hexham Dyslexia North East Support Group is open to anyone affected by the learning difficulty, including parents of a dyslexic child, adults with dyslexia or teachers interested in finding out more.