ABC13 city corridor explores life for college kids with dyslexia
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ABC13 city corridor explores life for college kids with dyslexia

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Federal legislation requires every state to offer college students with a free schooling, tailor-made to their particular person wants. So why is Texas shortchanging college students with dyslexia?

In statement of Dyslexia Consciousness Month, ABC13 is gathering specialists and lawmakers for a city corridor Thursday (7 – 8 p.m. CDT), highlighting the struggle for equality and the disparities folks with dyslexia face every single day.

Video above is from a beforehand revealed report: College of St. Thomas providing one-of-a-kind program for college kids with studying variations

ABC13 particular tasks supervisor Justin Sternberg, who himself is a dyslexic thinker, is asking essential questions concerning the limitations to success for folks with dyslexia. He and his panel are additionally addressing among the frequent myths surrounding the educational dysfunction.

A 2018 report by the Texas Training Company confirmed it spent $41.6 million much less on college students with disabilities through the 2016-2017 faculty yr, placing the state in violation of the People with Disabilities Training Act.

After a $33.3 million high-quality by the U.S. Division of Training, the TEA pledged to repair the deficiencies, together with growing particular schooling funding by almost $1 billion over 4 years.

However, the TEA was dominated out of compliance once more after regulators discovered it had solely accomplished one a part of the corrective actions.

Texas state legislation requires all public faculty college students to be screened and examined for dyslexia by the point they attain the primary grade.

You’ll be able to watch Thursday’s city corridor wherever you stream Eyewitness Information in your TV, like Roku and Hearth TV. Simply search “ABC13 Houston.”

ABC13 city corridor explores life for college kids with dyslexia

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