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Have early literacy or dyslexia questions? KSDE staff members are here to help

To provide a broader opportunity for all teachers to get questions answered, brainstorm solutions and for Kansas State Department of Education staff members to help, changes have been made to the KSDE Early Literacy/Dyslexia Literacy Lifeline for 2024.  

Instead of having a set time on Thursdays when you can Zoom in to ask your questions, KSDE staff members are going to offer “on call” help when and how it works best for you.  

If you have a question and would like some help answering it or want to consult with someone on the early literacy/dyslexia team, you can do so by completing the KSDE Literacy Lifeline Request Form

On the form you can request a day/time to visit virtually with someone on the team or you can ask a question and receive a response to your question via email if that is better. 

For more information or questions, email Dr. Laurie Curtis, KSDE’s early literacy/dyslexia program manager, at lcurtis@ksde.org

Posted: Jan 11, 2024,
Comments: 0,
Author: Ann Bush
Tags: Literacy

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