Bill designed to help dyslexic children introduced to Idaho House
BOISE, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — A bill designed to help dyslexic children in Idaho was introduced to the Idaho House on Tuesday.
The bill aims to detect dyslexia in children and help them with the condition.
“Students often aren’t diagnosed with dyslexia until later grades, because as lessons become more complex, a bright student’s difficulty with deciphering written language becomes more apparent. And by then, teaching students to read for comprehension and even for enjoyment is an uphill battle.”
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