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Tell Congress: Don't harm kids with learning disabilities

Posted by Admin On February - 27 - 2012

(A Message from the Illinois Branch of The International Dyslexia Association)


Students with learning disabilities, including dyslexia, deserve the same opportunities as their peers. Congress is about to act on legislation that will harm the chances of students with LD from graduating high school with a regular diploma. These bills will cut students with LD off from attending college and getting a job. This simply isn’t fair! 

Make your voice heard on this issue – watch the video and act now!

NCLD’s new video to illustrate the impact of this legislation on students with LD and their chances to go to college and obtain employment. We need your help! Watch the video
and help us tell Congress that this is not fair for students with learning disabilities like dyslexia.
Send this to your friends and family and help us tell Congress: Don’t harm kids with LD!


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