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When it comes to identifying, remediating and supporting dyslexic students, this school gets zero stars. This school did everything it could NOT to support my dyslexic child. If you have any doubt, try to get the school to use the word "dyslexia" instead of "specific learning disabilities (SLD)". They want to keep "SLD" so that they can get out of giving Orton-Gillingham based instruction.
If your child is dyslexic and needs a reading teacher who is knowledgeable in Orton- Gillingham based instruction you will be met with resistance at every turn. Don't waste time. Document everything and file for "due process". This school will not a lift a finger without the threat of court. You don't need a lawyer, learn the law and file yourself. Best of luck! Please see http://www.wrightslaw.com/
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