DYSLEXIA SCREENING BILL ON THE MOVE IN HOUSE
A dyslexia screening bill that unanimously passed the Senate in July cleared the House on Thursday.
The House Ways and Means Committee signaled Wednesday night that it planned to release the bill (S 2607), which calls on the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to issue guidelines to assist school districts in developing screening procedures for students who demonstrate potential indicators of neurological learning disabilities.
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