Q9: The school found my student eligible for Special Education under the eligibility category “Specific Learning Disability” with an “impairment in basic reading” (or an “impairment in reading fluency”), could my student have dyslexia?
IEP Goals and Services
Q2: My student is dyslexic. The IEP team recommendation was for my student to “read more at home” but no evidence-based reading intervention was offered through school. Will having my student read more at home help his dyslexia?
Q25: Does a student with dyslexia need to be found eligible as having a “Language or Speech Disorder” in order to receive speech-language services? My student is already eligible for special education services under “Specific Learning Disability”.