Dyslexia Connection is an e-letter published by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) that provides parents and families with current information related to dyslexia. Members of IDA receive Dyslexia Connection throughout the year. Click here to learn more about IDA and other benefits of becoming a member.
Click on the links below to read articles from recent issues
Parent’s Guide to Online Virtual Tours
The Emotional Side of Dyslexia
Parent Survey Results
Beyond the Classroom
IDA’s University Accreditation Program
Specific Learning Disabilities
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Dyslexia Connection Editorial Team
Editor: Posie Boggs
Posie Boggs is an active advocate for educating students, parents, educators, and policymakers on the necessity of improving literacy in our nation and the world. She has emphasized that providing comprehensive research-based literacy education early to all our students and adults who struggle with literacy is essential to increasing our nation’s educational outcomes. Equally important is providing educators extensive, rigorous, and multidisciplinary training in the knowledge and practice of teaching the “3 Rs.”
Director of Publications and Communications: Denise Douce
Publications and Communications Coordinator: Megan Friedman