History of AB 1369

 

Parents and teachers TOGETHER are working as a team ensuring all teachers and their school districts have the resources they need to reach the 1 in 5 students with dyslexia. We need everyone’s help. You do not need to have a child with dyslexia to be involved with DDCA.  Amazingly, everyone knows someone with dyslexia. Our elected officials need to know that the people living in their district are concerned.

October 8th, 2015 Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 1369 into LAW!

Here is the action history for AB 1369:

September 3rd, 2015    AB 1369 Passes Senate Floor Vote 39-0

August 27th, 2015    AB 1369 Passes Senate Appropriations 7-0
Click Here to view the hearing (Starts at about 49:05)

August 17th, 2015  –  AB 1369 was heard by the Senate Appropriations Committee.
Click Here to view the hearing  (Starts at about 1:45:50)
The bill was moved to “suspense” being that the analysis states the bill will cost more than $50k.  You can view the analysis here.

July 8th, 2015  –  AB 1369 Passes Senate Education Committee 9-0
Click here to view the hearing (Starts at about 1:45:20)

June 1st, 2015  –  AB 1369 Passes Assembly Floor Vote 80-0

May 28th, 2015  –  AB 1369 Passes Assembly Appropriations 7-0

May 13th, 2015  –  AB 1369 was heard by the Assembly Appropriations Committee.
Click here to view the hearing.  (Starts at about 9m30s)
The bill was moved to “suspense” being that the analysis states the bill will cost $170k.  You can view the analysis here

April 22nd, 2015  –  AB 1369  Passes Assembly Education Committee 7-0
Click here to view the audio recording.
The bill was passed “as amended”.  Click here to read the amended bill.  The language that was amended out of the bill, DDCA commits to bring it back in future legislation. 

February 27th, 2015    DDCA sponsors a new dyslexia bill –  Assembly Bill AB 1369

​​Our mission:

  • Early Identification for dyslexia in K-3rd grade
  • Appropriate Evidence-based programs for dyslexia remediation
  • Define Dyslexia under “specific learning disability”
  • Teacher Training ​

 

Here is a short video of Max Matheny testifying for support of AB 1369!