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In Texas, a Struggle to Get Schools to Identify Dyslexia

School districts in Texas are required to provide accommodations and services to students diagnosed with dyslexia. But getting districts to recognize a student's learning disability can sometimes prove challenging.

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School districts in Texas are required to provide accommodations and services to students diagnosed with dyslexia. But getting school districts to recognize a student's learning disability can sometimes prove challenging.

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