Latest Past Events

2024 Winter RISE Virtual Conference

Literacy instruction in Tennessee fundamentally changed with recent legislation. The 2024 Winter RISE Virtual Conference will provide a virtual opportunity for students, teachers, parents, and practitioners to engage with and learn about key issues surrounding language learning differences, including dyslexia. Register for the Winter RISE Virtual Conference here: Session Agendas Saturday, February 3, 2024 […]

2023 Southern Festival of Books

Bicentennial Mall State Park 600 James Robertson Pkwy, Nashville

Artwork by Cymone Wilder  The Southern Festival of Books: A Celebration of the Written Word is among the oldest literary festivals in the country, annually welcoming hundreds of authors and thousands of visitors to downtown Nashville each October. The Festival is free, and includes performance stages, food trucks, and loads of publishers and booksellers. We […]

Music City Run for Dyslexia

Riverview Pavillion, Shelby Park

Join team TNIDA and stop by our booth at the Music City Run for Dyslexia on September 30. To register, click here. This event is hosted by our partners at Learning Matters. Learning Matters is proud to host The Music City Run for Dyslexia. Learning Matters is a nonprofit organization that exists to help K-12 students […]