LETRS Fits the Bill: Meeting the Requirements of OH H.B.436
In April 2021, a new set of laws strengthening dyslexia supports for Ohio’s children went into effect. The Dyslexia Support Laws, also known as H.B.436, apply to each local, city, and exempted village school district in Ohio. H.B.436 establishes mandatory professional learning for identifying dyslexia and instructing students with dyslexia, as well as the creation of an Ohio Dyslexia Committee.
The Ohio Dyslexia Committee developed the Ohio Dyslexia Guidebook as well as criteria for professional learning to meet H.B.436, which can be found on the Ohio Department of Education website. This document outlines how the professional learning program, LETRS® (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling), supports the objectives of H.B.436.
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