How are children with dyslexia supported in school? Help Chalkbeat and THE CITY tell this story.
Dyslexia is the most common learning disability. Estimates of the percentage of children on the dyslexia spectrum vary from 10% to a high of 20%, although some experts put the percentage much lower.
What are students and parents experiencing in New York City? Chalkbeat and THE CITY want to hear from you. We have a few questions for you below. If you have any issues, email
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My child was diagnosed with dyslexia
I believe my child has dyslexia but hasn’t been diagnosed
I’m not sure if my child has dyslexia but have some questions
I work with children who have been diagnosed with dyslexia
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