Newsletter Archive – Winter 2017


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2017 Spring Edition Newsletter


President’s Letter

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As we spring forward this season, NCBIDA welcomes opportunities to advance dyslexia awareness and education. All are described in the stories below, along with details on how to participate. On May 7 we will be sponsoring a local run/walk in SF as a fundraiser in conjunction with IDA’s Team Quest. Please consider joining the group […]

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TeamQuest NorCal Walk/Run on May 7

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Looking for a fun way to help support children and adults with dyslexia? Please join us for our second annual walk/run fundraiser along the SF Bay and Presidio. We will meet at the Warming Hut in Crissy Field on Sunday, May 7, 2017 at 9:00 am. This is our local branch event in support of […]

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AB 1369 Dyslexia Work Group Wrap-Up

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The 22-member work group assembled to help draft dyslexia guidelines for the State of California held its last meeting on March 24. Now committee members must wait, along with the general public, until August to see what the end product looks like. The Department of Education plans to post the final version of the guidelines […]

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Sign Up Now for Structured Literacy Summer Trainings

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Summer brings an assortment of teacher training programs to the San Francisco Bay Area. They vary in cost and time commitment, so interested educators can find a structured literacy training program that best fits their needs. NCBIDA is also pleased to be able to offer partial scholarship support this summer for those programs that are […]

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NCBIDA Offers Teacher Training Scholarships

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IDA Northern California is pleased to once again offer partial scholarships for training in structured literacy approaches (also known as multisensory structured language education—MSLE). Scholarships are awarded for up to 50 percent of the full cost of the training (including books and supplies). Scholarships are only awarded for training programs that are accredited by IDA. […]

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