SC Dyslexia and Literacy Handbook

Research has clearly shown that those with dyslexia benefit from explicit, structured reading instruction which has a strong emphasis on phonemic principles. Programs such as Orton-Gillingham, Wilson Language, and NILD use multi-sensory techniques to teach letter-sound correspondence and have been proven to increase not only word reading but comprehension as well. Now, the South Carolina Department of Education has a handbook to help identify and teach those with dyslexia.

Access the SC Dyslexia Handbook here.


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