Colorado passed a law in 2012 requiring mandatory screenings and interventions for reading problems, but some students with dyslexia still aren't getting what they need to succeed. Parents of these students formed an advocacy group, Colorado Kids Identified with Dyslexia, and have testified before lawmakers about these students' unique needs.
Advocates want more dyslexia supports in Colo. schools
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