Decoding Dyslexia Maryland is a parent-led, grassroots movement driven by families concerned about reading instruction and interventions for all students, including those with dyslexia, in Maryland Public Schools.
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Ameer Baraka supports the Ready to Read Act and asks Governor Hogan and Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford for their support to screen kids for reading difficulties early! Follow Ameer on Twitter @ameerbaraka
Delegate Luedtke Drops House Bill 690: Ready to Read! 85 cosponsors!!
ESOL teacher, Diana Gough, presents the Ready to Read Act bill, HB 690, to the Prince George's County Delegation's Education Subcommittee in February. Pictured above are Diana Gough and Delegation Chair, Delegate Alonzo Washington, D-Prince Georges.
Decoding Dyslexia Maryland Frederick County's Dynamic Duo delivers testimony to the Kirwan Commission during its last public forum in November 2018. With laughs and honesty delivered with the true spirit of fierce advocates, the girls supported the Ready to Read Act and related how reading screening would have helped them get the help they needed.
Dynamo advocate Barbara Donick works her magic on Tim Tooten at the 2018 Dyslexia Advocacy Day with Fran Bowman.
Delegate Eric Luedtke talks about the Ready to Read Act and the importance of reading screening and interventions at the Screen & Intervene Symposium on Dec. 8, hosted by DCIDA.