State Dyslexia Laws

Listed below are current state laws related to dyslexia. You can click on column heads to re-order the list. as needed.

If you know of a specific statute that should be added to the list, please leave a comment below.

You will also find reports and publications issued by various states here:  Resource Links: State Educational Resources.

Table updated June 24, 2022

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State Educational Resources

2022 New & Pending Legislation

This table lists bills that are pending or being acted upon in various state legislatures during 2022.  The table includes a global search utility, allowing search by state, keyword, status, or bill number. 

Table updated June 24, 2022

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2022 New Laws Enacted

This table lists new laws related to dyslexia that have been enacted in 2022.  The table includes a global search utility, allowing search by state, keyword, status, or bill number. 


Table updated June 24, 2022

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2021 New & Pending Legislation

This table lists bills that are pending or being acted upon in various state legislatures during 2021.  The table includes a global search utility, allowing search by state, keyword, status, or bill number. 

Table updated November 20, 2021

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2020 New & Pending Legislation

This table lists bills that are pending or being acted upon in various state legislatures during 2020.  The table includes a global search utility, allowing search by state, key word, status, or bill number. 
Table updated February 7, 2022

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2019 New & Pending Legislation

This table lists more than 75 bills that are pending or being acted upon in various state legislatures during 2019.  The table includes a global search utility, allowing search by state, key word, status, or bill number. 
Table updated November 19, 2019

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Alabama – 2015 – SB 314 – Students with Dyslexia

AlabamaStudents with Dyslexia, identification and education of, required of schools. This bill would define dyslexia and require 9 each public school district to identify students 10 with dyslexia and provide them with appropriate 11 educational services including dyslexia-specific 12 intervention.