Join Us! Be an Ambassador!

Many groundbreaking State laws relating to dyslexia have passed in Oregon, but that was the easy part! The difficult work starts now. We need active and passionate community members to hold districts and schools accountable to implement dyslexia screening and teacher training. We hope YOU will choose to become involved! If you opt-in to our …

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Call for Reviewers for Dyslexia-Related Training Opportunities

The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) is seeking reviewers to read and evaluate applications from potential vendors received through a Request for Information (RFI) for dyslexia-related training opportunities. Oregon’s new dyslexia legislation, SB 612, requires that the Department annually develop a list of training opportunities related to dyslexia and that the trainings on the list …

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#OregonianGive

We are getting pumped for #OregoniansGive! What is #OregoniansGive? On Nov. 29th, you will have 24 hours (one day!) to give where your heart is! We hope that is with us!  We have a chance to be a part of Oregon’s day of giving – #OregoniansGive – an opportunity to unite Oregonians around causes in …

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Spot Light on The Shadow Project!

The Shadow Project has historically supported Oregon children within the special education classroom by offering strategies, resources and materials that help their teachers. Shadow is expanding its evidence-based programming to a more comprehensive model that serves children when they are in their mainstream classroom, after school, and at home. Supporting the child from home, to school, …

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Light it Up Red Photos!

2015 PAST EVENT in PORTLAND, OR – Six local organizations and schools lit the Morrison Bridge red starting October 15th for three nights to recognize the 1 in 5 students who struggle with dyslexia. Governor Kate Brown declared October to be Dyslexia Awareness Month. The 15th was chosen for the initial bridge lighting to represent the 1 in …

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Blazers Night for Dyslexia!

Celebrate with Decoding Dyslexia and  the PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS Opening Night, Wednesday Oct 28th Two STEP PROCESS to enjoy the fun! 1. Order you tickets online with the link below or fill out the Blazers Flyer and Order Form. Website: http://rosequarter.com/decodingdyslexia Promo Code: AWARENESS 2. The first 30 kids that get tickets and RSVP below will be invited …

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Libraries Display Dyslexia!

Informational Display in your School or Library! Many libraries and schools are happy to provide space for a informational or bulletin board displays. Ask your school or library to display flyers, handouts, reading & audio material on dyslexia. Suggested reading: Dyslexia and our Public Libraries Suggested materials below: Dyslexia Awareness Month Proclamation signed by Governer …

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SB 612 Ceremonial Bill Signing!

We were honored to be part of Governor Kate Brown’s ceremonial bill signing for SB 612 on August 27, 2015. Joining the celebration were: Back Row (from Left to Right)  Alicia Frank Roberts, Ed.D, Assistant Professor of Education and Special Education Program Director at Lewis and Clark College, Jen Cappalonga, Diana Sticker, Rep. Val Hoyle, Emory …

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