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You’re Invited to the Alabama State Board Meeting & Work Session #ALDyslexiaBill


Our Dyslexia Coalition members have been collaborating with the Alabama State Board of Education in working toward the best for Alabama’s dyslexic students over the last few months and could not be more delighted. Change is coming in Alabama schools for the best of our students and teachers!

Be a PART of the CHANGE by presenting a POWERFUL SHOW of SUPPORT at TWO meetings next week!

FIRST MEETING – APRIL 8th, Wednesday, @ 1:00 PM
The State Board of Education BOARD MEETING

Board members will vote to adopt a “Resolution Calling On Local Education Agencies To Recognize That Dyslexia Has Significant Educational Implications That Must Be Addressed”

INVITE FRIENDS The more the better!

SECOND MEETING – APRIL 9th, Thursday @ 8:30 AM
The State Board of Education WORK SESSION

Dr. Tommy Bice will present Board Members with proposed changes to the Administrative Code addressing DYSLEXIA.

INVITE INVITE INVITE!!! The more the merrier!

WHERE? Both days
Gordon Persons Auditorium
50 N Ripley Street
Montgomery, AL 36104

Park in the CRAMTON BOWL Parking Lot.

If you cannot make it, watch LIVE here!

Senator Brewbaker has also seen the need for the definition of DYSLEXIA and services for dyslexic students in Alabama schools, making SB314 a reality!

Thank you for your hard work for Alabama’s children, Senator Brewbaker!

No longer do people avoid the word “dyslexia.” Instead, it’s being embraced at a state level. Just beautiful!

What a great day in Alabama for DYSLEXIC students along with the families and educators that care for them.

Please continue to look up your SBOE member here AND TELL YOUR STORY!

TAKE 2 minutes to CALL THEM or send an email. We still need voices! Ask them to support dyslexia being recognized in our schools. If they already do, express your thanks!!

Don’t forget to reach out to the Governor, Senator Brewbaker and your state representative!!



Ramona Rice
Decoding Dyslexia Alabama State Founder
Alabama Dyslexia Bill of Rights
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