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2020 IDA Virtual Conference, 13-14 Nov. 2020

2020 Annual International Dyslexia Association Virtual Conference Experience.

13 – 14 November 2020.

Registrations open soon.

www.dyslexiaIDA.org/DyslexiaCon20

 

We are excited to re-imagine the 2020 IDA Annual Reading, Literacy and Learning Conference and are proactively creating a dynamic, interactive and virtual experience. Please know that our plan is to still provide our participants with the best expertise from leading experts in the areas of dyslexia, structured literacy, and research who are transforming the science of reading in every classroom and into the fabric of today’s educational system.

This year, we are amplifying our efforts to bring leading edge content to you! During our virtual presentation of 2020 Annual Conference, we will offer LIVE Streaming General Sessions and Symposiums, Interactive Breakout Sessions, the IDA Exhibit Hall and the most innovative access to the IDA Conference experience using a state-of-the art and easy to use virtual platform. This year’s virtual conference will expand our network and deliver even more thought-provoking content.

Please stay tuned and continue to visit www.dyslexiaIDA.org/DyslexiaCon20 for more information regarding our program, new registration fees and other exciting updates.

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