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Christie Signs Dyslexia Bills


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With Dyslexia Bills Signed, New Jersey Formally Recognizes Reading Disorder (via NJSpotlight)

After years of lobbying and organizing among families and advocates, Gov. Chris Christie has signed two bills intended to make it easier to identify dyslexic students and improve the training their teachers get. But getting the bills signed could prove…

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  1. So happy this is finally in the light so many children that get classified as slow will now have a change to excell the way they should..AWESOME..It such a long time coming..


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