It is our hope that this guidance will help families and educators work together on behalf of children. We acknowledge that there could be situations in which the child’s parents and the team of qualified professionals responsible for determining whether the child has a specific learning disability would find it helpful to include information about the specific condition (e.g., dyslexia, dyscalculia, or dysgraphia) in documenting how that condition relates to the child’s eligibility determination. Additionally, there could be situations where an IEP team could determine that personnel responsible for IEP implementation would need to know about the condition underlying the child’s disability (e.g., that a child has a weakness in decoding skills as a result of the child’s dyslexia). ~Michael Yudin, Assistant Secretary for Special Education and Rehabilitative Services
Decoding Dyslexia letter to US DOE OSERS requesting affirmation that there is no prohibition against using the term “dyslexia” in an eligible student’s IEP.
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