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Vice President and Chief Policy & Advocacy Officer, National Center for Learning Disabilities
Mon Nov 23 at 1:00pm ET
It’s always been OK to use the terms “dyslexia,” “dysgraphia” or “dyscalculia” in IEPs and evaluations. But now the U.S. Department of Education is encouraging states and school systems nationwide to use these terms.
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Elizabeth C. Hamblet
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