Dyslexia In Massachusetts

Surprisingly, given its progressive, liberal reputation, Massachusetts has not yet taken proactive steps toward helping ensure early identification of students at risk for dyslexia, evidence based remediation in the classroom or professional development for teachers on reading disability. The state Decoding Dyslexia group is working to change that though!  See link below.  

Still, there are many good schools and tutoring centers for parents in need. 


Schools for Students with Dyslexia in Massachusetts

School

Bancroft School

Carroll School

Carroll School

Carroll School

Dearborn Academy

Eagle Hill School

Landmark School

White Oak School

Willow Hill School

Location

Worcestor

Waltham

Lincoln

Wayland

Arlington

Hardwick

Prides Crossing

Westfield

Sudbury

Grades 

1-8

1-5

6-8

8-9

1-12

8-12

2-12

4-12

6-12

Tutoring Centers for Students with Dyslexia in Massachusetts

Tutoring Center

Commonwealth Leaning Center

Lindamood-Bell

Children's Dyslexia Centers

Location

Needham and Denvers

4 Locations

3 Locations

Massachusetts Dyslexia Legislation (2018)

While there is no dyslexia legislation or regulation pertaining to K-12 public schools in the state of Massachusetts, there is a law stipulating that no student (resident) “shall be required to take any standardized college entrance aptitude test to gain admittance to any public institution of higher education in the commonwealth. Admission shall be determined by all other relevant factors…” This law aside, as parent you will have to speak to your local school as to how they address reading difficulty.

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