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In support of Dyslexia Awareness Month in October, IDA held a nationwide awareness campaign and fundraising event to provide one resource kit to every public elementary school in the United States.  The kit, Dyslexia in the Classroom:  What Every Teacher Needs to Know, will help raise awareness, share best practices, and be a resource to the school’s administration and staff.

In order to get these kits to every public elementary school principal in November, we requested your help and you really came through!  Every dollar raised provided one resource kit to one public elementary school in the United States. 

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1 Dollar. 1 Kit. 1 School.

More than 55,000 kits were sent via email to schools, organizations and individuals all around the world in early November.  If you would like us to send the kit to you school, please click here. We encourage you to share the kit with anyone and everyone you think can benefit.  This is a phenomenal resource for educators, but also fantastic information for parents as well. .

IDA is opening the door to a better understanding of dyslexia by providing this vital resource to support teachers in their passion to help every child reach their fullest potential.  

 


Special THANKS to our sponsors:

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*There were 54,041 elementary schools as of 2010-2011 school year according to The National Center for Education Statistics. Final number of schools reached will be available in November.  http://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d12/tables/dt12_105.asp