The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation recently presented a comprehensive report and action plan that examines the connections between teaching children with dyslexia (and other learning disabilities) to read and reading proficiency among all children. The eye-opening report, which frequently references NCLD’s 2011 State of LD, looks closely at the factors that shape success in reading for children with learning disabilities who attend public school.
The Tremaine Report arrives on the heels of a recently completed 2012 analysis of learning disabilities facts and trends, prepared by The Advocacy Institute for NCLD. This piece outlines how many students are identified as having LD, what percentage of them graduates from high school, and more. We’re happy to share this fascinating analysis with you.
The NCLD Team