New Law Aims To Help Dyslexic Students

July 14, 2014


(Chicago, IL)  --  A new law aims to help dyslexic students succeed in the classroom.  It recognizes dyslexia as a learning disability and sets up an advisory board aimed at helping teachers and school administrators understand dyslexia.  It also ensures the students have access to special education services.  Governor Quinn says the whole point of the new law is to make sure the students don't fall behind.  

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