|(a) A person who holds current certification as an
academic language practitioner issued by the Academic Language Therapy
Association or its equivalent, as approved by the department, may
be licensed as a dyslexia practitioner if the person has earned a
bachelor's degree from an accredited public or private institution
of higher education.
(b) A person who qualifies for licensure under subsection
(a) is not required to provide documentation to the department that
the person meets the requirements of Occupations Code §403.104,
Eligibility for Licensed Dyslexia Practitioner License.
(c) A licensed dyslexia practitioner may practice only
in an educational setting, including a school, learning center, or