The appointments to a special state task force to study dyslexia are now complete.
The task force, approved by the Legislature this year, will advise and make recommendations to the governor, the Legislature, and the state Board of Education about the use of evidence-based practices for students with dyslexia.
“This is an issue that affects many Kansans, young and old,” Gov. Jeff Colyer said when signing the bill in April. “We want to do whatever we can to help people with dyslexia at a young age so . . .