Dyslexia Services

                        Texas Dyslexia Identification Academy: 

Module 2 and Module 5 will be offered in February 2018. Register here.

AccessModule 1: Foundations from the Texas Dyslexia Identification Academy for free.

Distinguished Speakers on writing are coming this spring! Click here for more information. 


ELL Services:

Check out our Spanish Phonology & Orthography online course.  

See our Spanish literacy products available here. 


Wilson Reading System:

Interested in becoming a Wilson Reading System certified teacher? Check out Level 1 certification requirements. 

Core reading instruction resources are available through our Strengthening Tier 1 Reading Online Course Series


For information on the Wilson Reading System, Section 504 or parent education contact Judy Butler at: judy.butler@esc13.txed.net

For evaluation training or services for English Language Learners contact Katharine Muller at: katharine.muller@esc13.txed.net

Dyslexia is not the result of low intelligence.  An unexpected gap exists between learning aptitude and achievement in school.  The problem is not behavioral, psychological, motivational or social, and people with dyslexia do not 'see backward'. Dyslexia is not a disease; it has no cure.  People with dyslexia are unique, each having individual strengths and weaknesses. Dyslexics may show special talent in areas that require visual, spatial and motor integration.  Many dyslexics are creative and have talent in areas such as art, athletics, architecture, graphics, electronics, mechanics, drama, music or engineering.

In 1986, the first Texas State Dyslexia Law was passed after great efforts from parents, educators, and law makers.

More information about dyslexia can be referenced at the International Dyslexia Association website.

Dyslexia occurs among all groups, regardless of age, race, gender or income.  Many successful people have dyslexia and many dyslexics are successful.  Recent research has established that dyslexia can run in families.  A parent, sister, aunt, uncle or grandparent may have similar learning difficulties. Dyslexia is found across all language systems, although the characteristics may present differently, depending on the language.