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  • Mayor Adams proposes $7.4 million plan for public schools to address dyslexia

    May 2, 2022

    04.29.2022 | Gothamist | Families and advocacy groups welcomed the news, but say that the city needs to commit to training all teachers across the system on strong, proven literacy strategies that benefit students with dyslexia and other reading challenges, such as training more teachers in evidence-based interventions. “We’re pleased the mayor is suggesting new investments in this area and want to see the city go further,” said Sarah Part, policy analyst at Advocates for Children of New York. Read article