Wisconsin gets dyslexia law

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“In Wisconsin, our teachers are unprepared to identify the characteristics of dyslexia,” said Hetjmanek. “It would benefit teachers to have that knowledge.”

According to the National Center on Improving Literacy, Wisconsin will join 44 other states who have entertained dyslexia legislation. States like Idaho, South Dakota, Kansas, Michigan, Alaska and Hawaii still have no form of legislation in place.

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New Dyslexia handbook

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The British Dyslexia Association has their new Dyslexia Handbook out. See it in our link for today.

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It’s all about early recognition and early intervention

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Dyslexia is a learning disorder that affects areas of the brain that process language.

The disorder has no effect on intelligence, so children with dyslexia can grow up to be very successful.

But undiagnosed dyslexia can lead kids to feel that they are less intelligent than their peers.

Recognizing symptoms and getting help early can make a world of difference.

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