LAUSD Tackling Dyslexia

The LAUSD is committed to preparing teachers to serve students with the learning disability, known as dyslexia.  Though a California state law has been enacted to train teachers about dyslexia, the LAUSD put a plan into immediate action ahead of the law.

The board gave Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Michelle King 90 days to return with an action plan to provide staff and teacher training on the warning signs of dyslexia, interventions proven by research to be effective and appropriate assessments for identifying dyslexia. 

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