Kansas – 2018– HB 2602 – Legislative Task Force

Kansas outline and sealThere is hereby established the legislative task force on dyslexia. The task force shall advise and make recommendations to the
governor, the legislature and the state board of education regarding matters concerning the use of evidence-based practices for students with dyslexia. The work of the task force should be completed by January 2,  2019, and a report prepared and submitted to the governor, the legislature and the state board of education by January 30, 2019

2018 New & Pending Legislation

This table lists bills that are pending or acted upon in various state legislatures during 2018
Table updated July 31, 2018

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Kansas – 2013-2014 – SB 44 – Dyslexia Identification and Services

studentAN ACT concerning school districts; relating to the identification and instruction of pupils with dyslexia. The bill requires Kansas schools to accept the diagnosis of dyslexia from any licensed psychologist, physician or psychiatrist, and to provide services for all children with a dyslexia diagnosis.

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Kansas 2009-2010 HB 2199 – Early identification and intervention

earlyidRequires screening of children in grades K-2 for dyslexia and other reading disabilities. Requires schools to accept a diagnosis of dyslexia by a psychologist or medical doctor. Requires the school district to implement a reading instruction program commensurate with the student’s reading deficiencies, whether or not the student has an individualized education plan.

Kansas Resolution: H5015

early identificationResolution directing the State Board of Education to:

  • Ensure early screening for dyslexia or other reading disabilities;
  • Review level and pace of implementation of best practices of instruction;
  • Review teacher preparation courses to ensure knowledge of best practices for support for children with dyslexia;
  • Submit a progress report by December 31, 2009.