Miss. schools address dyslexia in early-elementary grades

Mississippi has a new law in place requiring earlier screening and interventions for students with dyslexia. One school district has hired more staff, including interventionists and dyslexia experts to help fulfill the requirements. Another has implemented additional reading instruction for struggling readers.

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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal (Tupelo, Miss.)

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