Few Texas students receiving dyslexia services

06/18/2007 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Hundreds of thousands of Texas children with dyslexia aren't getting the help state law requires because they aren't being identified, the Houston Chronicle reports. Just 256 of 200,000 Houston public school students are in dyslexia programs this year, and 70% of those are in the district's more affluent regions.

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