Wyoming

Dyslexia Legislation

Has Legislation?Yes

SF0052 requires universal screening for dyslexia in grades K-3. It also calls for an appropriate intervention curriculum in a multi-tiered framework. Chapter 43 provides additional clarification.

a href="https://www.wyoleg.gov/Legislation/2019/HB0297">HB0297 establishes a K-3 reading assessment and intervention.

Screening

Required?Yes

Each school district shall select and implement an instrument that screens for signs of dyslexia and other reading difficulties. The instruments that monitor and measure reading progress and assess student reading skills and progress to provide data that informs any intervention. The assessment and intervention program shall be administered to all students in kindergarten through grade three.

State Recognized Screeners

See Wyoming's Approved Evaluation Instrument list.

Pre-service

Required?No

Wyoming does not have pre-service legislation related to dyslexia.

In-service

Required?No

Wyoming does not have in-service legislation related to dyslexia.

Intervention

Required?Yes

The program shall also include implementation of evidence based core curricula aligned to the uniform content and performance standards and evidenced based interventions to meet the needs of all students. The program shall be multi‑tiered and shall include evidence based interventions to facilitate remediation of any reading difficulty as early as possible.

Literacy State-identified Measurable Result (SIMR) - Part B

Has Literacy SIMR?Yes

Resources

Decoding Dyslexia Wyoming

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03/11/2019 - 11:46am

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