Be the Change
Join us on the second Thursday of each month for our DD-DC monthly meetings held at the Southeast Library (other locations TBD)
Hear from specialists in the fields of disability rights law, neuropsychology, education advocacy, and reading interventions
Join our advocacy committee and help us work with stakeholders and the DC Council's Education Committee to ensure passage of
B23-0150 Dyslexia and Other Reading Disabilities Screening and Prevention Pilot Program Act of 2019.
Watch the October 21, 2019 bill hearing HERE!
Decoding Dyslexia - Washington, DC Welcomes You
Decoding Dyslexia - DC is a grassroots movement driven by DC families concerned about the limited access to educational interventions for students with dyslexia and other reading difficulties within our schools. We aim to raise awareness and empower families to support their children. We also want to inform policy-makers on best practices for screening, identifying, remediating, and supporting students with dyslexia and reading difficulties in DC.
Reading is a fundamental civil right, but the status quo is not working for the vast majority of DC's school children. They should have access to effective reading and spelling instruction, and it's up to all of us to make this happen.