Guide Early Interventions for Students with Dyslexia
Early intervention for reading problems, including dyslexia, is highly effective. Interventions provided in kindergarten and grade 1 require far less time than addressing problems in higher grades. The best interventions are driven by universal screening data. As a result, many states have passed laws requiring universal screening for dyslexia.
Using the FastBridge assessment system could help you meet those requirements and provide teachers with data to support all students, including those with dyslexia.
What to Look for in Dyslexia Screeners
Not all assessments can be used for dyslexia screening. Does your current system meet the five criteria for effectively identifying
young students who are struggling?
FastBridge is an approved dyslexia screener in several states, including Arizona, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Oregon, South Carolina, and Washington.
Contact us to find out if FastBridge is an approved dyslexia screener in your state.
FastBridge Dyslexia Screeners
Kindergarten: earlyReading Composite
Grade 1: earlyReading Composite which includes CBMreading in winter and spring
Grades 2+: CBMreading
Webinar: How to Use FastBridge for Dyslexia Screening
Get a detailed look into using earlyReading and CBMreading, included in every FastBridge subscription, to support students with dyslexia. Learn how to use FastBridge to:
- Screen for early signs of dyslexia
- Inform data-driven literacy interventions
- Monitor students’ progress toward reading goals
Ready to Learn More?
Schedule a demo to learn more about how FastBridge can help you support all students, including those struggling with learning difficulties like dyslexia.