Assemblyman Jim Frazier bill calls for dyslexia screening at schools

“Co-authored by Assembly members Kevin Mullin, D-South San Francisco, and Das Williams, D-Santa Barbara, the bill, as amended in April, would require school districts to screen all children in grades one to three, to determine if they are dyslexic or have other reading or writing problems, and to notify their parents if they do. Additionally, beginning with the 2016-17 school year, it would require local in-service training for school psychologists, regular and special education teachers, and require college and university teacher-training programs to provide lessons about how to recognize dyslexia and other major learning disabilities.”

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One thought on “Assemblyman Jim Frazier bill calls for dyslexia screening at schools

  1. Great job. I own a Learning Disability Centre in Madurai, Tamilnadu, India . Now we are doing Dyslexia Screening in schools.

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