For Hub City Times
Madison – Representative Bob Kulp of Stratford has been named chair of the Study Committee of Identification and Management of Dyslexia. This study committee will oversee many meetings throughout the summer of 2018 in order to ready policy proposals for the next legislative session.
“I am proud to have been named chair of this study committee,” said Kulp. “I look forward to working with State Senator Patty Schachtner on improving what our state offers K-12 students who have dyslexia. There is plenty we can do. Multiple proposals have been offered in the past that did not get the attention they deserved.”
Kulp called the study committee a serious investment in educational policy and praised the Joint Committee on Legislative Council for approving it.
“I’m very excited for these public meetings,” he said. “There’s so much to bring to the public’s attention on this topic. There’s a lot of excitement about this committee already, just a couple days after the announcement.”