Decoding Dyslexia Ontario calls on government to make pandemic learning accessible to students with dyslexia and other exceptionalities

On November 18, Decoding Dyslexia Ontario published the following statement expressing concern about the lack of support for students with dyslexia and other exceptionalities in Ontario public schools during the pandemic. You can download and share a copy of the statement as a PDF or word document: Decoding Dyslexia Ontario calls on government to makeContinue reading “Decoding Dyslexia Ontario calls on government to make pandemic learning accessible to students with dyslexia and other exceptionalities”

Submission to OHRC Right to Read inquiry

Decoding Dyslexia Ontario was one of several organizations who made a submission to the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s Right to Read Inquiry. Date submitted: April 14, 2020 Read the full submission Download the attached PDF to read our full submission. Introduction Decoding Dyslexia Ontario (DDON) welcomed the OHRC’s October 2019 launch of the Right toContinue reading “Submission to OHRC Right to Read inquiry”

Statement: Ontario parents applaud US special education ruling

We, parents of dyslexic children, are delighted with the March 22, page A10, story in the Toronto Star, regarding the US Supreme Court’s ruling for a Denver CO boy whose public education was ‘essentially stalled’ whereby his parents pulled him from public school and enrolled him in a specialty private school where he would getContinue reading “Statement: Ontario parents applaud US special education ruling”