Dyslexia is a learning disability; it does not reflect a lack of intelligence. In fact, many dyslexics are among the most intelligent members of our society; they simply learn new information differently. Many dyslexics are surgeons, architects, designers, inventors, entrepreneurs, doctors, musicians, and scientists in medicine and space exploration. Early academic intervention, especially in learning to read, will help children and adults achieve their academic, economic, and social potential – as opposed to finding the process of education to be a period of continual frustration. Until the passage of Connecticut Public Act 14-39, dyslexia was not recognized as a need for special academic intervention in Connecticut. This new law will provide the basis for early diagnosis and intervention to remediate a correctible issue.
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