Parents of children with dyslexia are commonly told that their school has limited funds and cannot afford to offer all of the services needed by students with dyslexia. Also, an alarming trend among public schools is encouraging dyslexic students only receive a 504 plan (accommodations), rather than an Individual Education Plan (IEP; providing individualized treatment remediation services, aimed to close the gap and help the student learn to read on grade level). However, schools do have the funds and can provide better evidence-based services.
Tim Conway is a co-founder and board member of the 501c3 charter school that will be one of the elements of this presentation's content and also owns intellectual property used in this sesson. Tim Conway has no relevant financial to disclose.
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