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Region 10 ESC's Dyslexia Program provides both regional and state assistance to districts, charter schools, universities, parents, service centers, and other entities in the area of dyslexia.

To Request Sessions at your Campus or Districts

Questions Regarding Child Find

If you have questions relating to professional development, assessment, instruction, training opportunities or about Dyslexia programs, please contact these Region 10 Education Service Center staff:

Amie Davenport M.Ed.
Regional Dyslexia Consultant
Phone: 972-348-1538 or (in Texas) 800-232-3030 
Fax: 972-348-1539

Elaine Fackler
Administrative Assistant
Phone: 972-348-1486 or (in Texas) 800-232-3030 
Fax: 972-348-1487

Dyslexia Handbook

On September 3, 2021, the State Board of Education (SBOE) gave final approval to update the Dyslexia Handbook. Some of the updates to the Dyslexia Handbook may require LEAs to make policy, procedure, and practice changes. The updated Dyslexia Handbook will go into effect on February 10, 2022. 

Dyslexia Handbook 2021 Update -   Approved for second reading and final adoption by the Texas State Board of Education at its September 3, 2021 meeting to be effective February 10, 2022.

 LEAs are encouraged to inform staff and begin the process of preparing for implementation, so they are well-positioned to comply once the changes go into effect. Additional guidance and information will be released as the in-effect date approaches. For more information on the updated Dyslexia Handbook, please click on the link below for the Letter To The Administrator Addressed.

Updates to Dyslexia Handbook:  Procedures Concerning Dyslexia and Related Disorders (Dyslexia Handbook)

The handbook contains guidelines for school districts to follow as they identify and provide services for students with dyslexia. In addition, information regarding the state's dyslexia statutes and their relation to various federal laws is included. 

A downloadable copy of the Dyslexia Handbook is found on the 
Texas Education Agency’s Dyslexia website.


Dyslexia assistance is available to districts, charter schools, universities, parents, service centers, and other entities.
Dyslexia Helpline 1-800-232-3030


Talking about dyslexia…

For a dyslexic who does not yet know they are dyslexic, life is like a big high wall you never think you will be able to climb or get over. The moment you understand there is something called dyslexia, and there are ways of getting around the problem, the whole world opens up. — Sir Jackie Stewart