Research shows that when teachers are trained in early dyslexia identification and intervention, 90 percent of children with dyslexia can be educated in regular inclusive classroom settings.
Dyslexia International (DI) seeks to make that training freely available to educators around the world so that students in every school can be identified early and educated appropriately to manage their dyslexia.
Toward that end, DI has assembled a global volunteer network of expert scholars, educators, government and non-governmental partners and supporters focused on three strategies:
- Making research-based information, tools and training in dyslexia identification and intervention available to education providers around the world at no cost.
- Connecting experts and educators for consulting and support.
- Convening world leaders, experts and educators who can drive better policy and practice.