32nd Annual Symposium Resources
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Symposium Presentation Descriptions:
Rebecca Tolson, PhD, CALT -QI, Vice President of Literacy Initiatives, Neuhaus Education Center
Identification of Dyslexia in Ohio: When We Know Better, We Do Better
Dr. Tolson will address the recent legislation, Ohio House Bill 436, and the results of a case study regarding how Ohio K-12 public school districts implement federal and state policies for students identified with dyslexia or showing dyslexic tendencies. The findings and recommendations from the current study will provide data to inform policy makers and educators at the national, state, and local level regarding the identification of dyslexia.
Panel Discussion Ohio’s Ottawa Hills Public School District Administrators and Parents with Moderator Jennifer LaHaie, M.Ed, CALT-QI
Ottawa Hills: A Public School District Transforming… Why?
Our panel, featuring Ottawa Hills administrators and parent panelists moderated by Jennifer LaHaie will discuss why one of the top-ranked districts in the state is transforming and how they have begun implementing dyslexia identification, teacher training, and remediation.
Interviews with the Key Authors of HB 436 with Mary Heather Munger, PhD
The Road to HB 436
Mary Heather Munger, PhD presents an in-depth discussion of Ohio House Bill 436, what it entails, and how to implement this new legislation in your district through this prerecorded collection of interviews.
- Background of House Bill 436 with Mike McGovern
- Explanations of Key Definitions and Criteria with Rebecca Tolson and Andrea Rowson
- What it Means for Schools with Blythe Wood and Michelle Elia
- Cost Implications with Mike McGovern and Steve Griffin
- Wrap Up with Representative Brian Baldridge
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