The International Dyslexia Association has a lot of great information and resources:

You can find the IDA's definition of dyslexia here: 

And you can access state-by-state tracking of dyslexia legislation on their home page.

Our founder Daniela and a few of our other team members completed their Orton-Gillingham training through the Institute for Multisensory Education:, and we use a lot of their materials.

Plus, we use David Kilpatrick's one-minute exercises, found in Equipped for Reading Success, to teach phonological skills:

The Florida Center for Reading Research has a lot of great information and free resources:

The fabulous Emily Hanford podcast everyone's talking about:  

Sold A Story: How Teaching Kids to Read Went So Wrong

More from Emily Hanford:

Reading list on the Science of Reading put together by Emily Hanford:

The movie, The Right to Read:

Resources compiled by the Right to Read team:

The book Overcoming Dyslexia, by Sally Shaywitz, M.D.

The Latest Advances in Dyslexia Assessment and Intervention: Interview with Nancy Mather, PhD.,