Rapid Response: Multisensory Structured Language Programs for Students With Characteristics of Dyslexia
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This resource was produced in response to a request: "Are multisensory structured language (MSL) programs more effective than other intervention models for addressing the needs of students identified with characteristics of dyslexia? Does current scientifically based reading research (SBRR) support this or should new guidance to the districts be considered?"
In response to this request, the Southeast Comprehensive Center (SECC) queried several organizations that focus on education issues by e-mail and telephone. The SECC also searched various Web sites for information on MSL programs and other intervention models for students with characteristics of dyslexia. This resource is a synopsis of the findings on this topic as well as lists of references and resources that offer additional information.