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Maryland Law Aims To Identify Reading Disorders Early. Does It Go Far Enough?04:51
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A new law in Maryland is designed to help school districts identify students with reading disorders at a young age, and offer special instruction. But some parents, and dyslexia and reading experts say the law doesn't go far enough. WAMU education reporter Jenny Abamu (@JennyAbamu) has the story.

This segment aired on June 25, 2019.

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