March to Literacy Events

Equity in Literacy Equity in Literacy is a virtual, moderated community forum that is focused on the current literacy crisis for Oregon’s learners (less than 50% of all learners and only 26% of Black learners are being taught to achieve proficiency by the end of 3rd grade. Oregon Statewide Annual Report Card; page 47) The

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Go Red Scavenger Hunt

This is going to be a great way for families, friends and educators to connect and support kids with dyslexia ~ Ross Faulkenberg, Decoding Dyslexia Board President What: Go Red Scavenger Hunt When: October 3rd – 18th 2020 Where: Virtual and is totally online! What is the Purpose? Have fun, spread Dyslexia awareness! How to

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Mississippi in the Spotlight!

We hope all states can learn from the work Mississippi has done! Here is their blueprint for improving literacy which impacts pre-service educator training, professional development for university professors and teacher licensure. By the way, they were the only state to show progress on the recently released NAEP scores. Presentation at the IDA Conference (Nov

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October 20th 2019, 5 – 8 pm Thank you for joining us in celebrating the strengths of children with dyslexia. This fifth annual event was at the Oaks Park Pavillon! Activities include dinner, an inspirational speaker, a balloon artist, face painter, and other activities! Our guest of honor and inspirational speaker, Todd “Hammer” Semmes. Todd

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Dyslexia Legislation Survey

Oregon Parents and Educators! We need your help! Decoding Dyslexia Oregon is seeking a clearer picture on the impact of the recent 2015 & 2017 dyslexia legislation. Take this survey! Results will be shared with the Senate Education Committee on March 4th. Respond by March 3rd. Link to survey:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5BN5N8W

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Share why you support us!

#MyGivingStory is a social media storytelling contest created to foster a public conversation about generosity and to inspire more people to give. Would you share a story about how and why you support Decoding Dyslexia Oregon? Contestants have the chance to win a number of prizes throughout the month, with the winning storytellers receiving grants

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