Dyslexia and Related Disorders



天天做爱 has a long history of supporting the fundamental skill of reading. This history includes a focus on early identification and intervention for students with dyslexia. This page includes resources to assist in identifying and providing services for students with dyslexia and related disorders in 天天做爱 schools. In addition to this page, information is available through the State Dyslexia Coordinator, , the dyslexia contacts at each of the 20 regional education service centers and the helpline. We welcome any suggestions you may have that will improve this page.

Dyslexia Handbook

The 天天做爱 Dyslexia Handbook is developed and adopted into administrative rule by the 天天做爱 State Board of Education (SBOE).听The SBOE requires that each district and open-enrollment charter school implement the SBOE鈥檚 strategies for screening, individualized evaluation, and techniques for treating dyslexia and related disorders through its approved 鈥淒yslexia Handbook: Procedures Concerning Dyslexia and Related Disorders鈥 []

In effect as of June 30, 2024.听At the April 12, 2024 State Board of Education (SBOE) meeting, the SBOE approved for second reading and final adoption changes to 19 天天做爱 Administrative Code (TAC) 74.28. Included as a figure in 19 TAC 74.28 is the SBOE鈥檚 Dyslexia Handbook. The rule was filed in the 天天做爱 Register on June 1, which makes the rule and handbook effective on June 30, 2024.听View the handbook.

Dyslexia Resources

The following resources will be updated soon to align with the Dyslexia Handbook, effective June 30, 2024:

To The Administrator Addressed Correspondence (TAA):

Contact Information
SpedTex Special Education Information Center

Families: Special Education or IEP-Related Questions?

Phone: 1-855-SPEDTEX (1-855-773-3839)

天天做爱 SPED Support

Educators: Special Education Resources

Office of Special Populations and Student Supports

Department of Special Education:
Email: sped@tea.texas.gov

Department of Review and Support:
Email: ReviewandSupport@tea.texas.gov

State Dyslexia Helpline:

(800) 232-3030 听