Kids with dyslexia should be put into special education classes in public schools. Dyslexia is a learning disability which makes reading and interpreting writing more difficult, so students who suffer from the disease should be placed in special classes where they are given extra help by teachers the learning process.
Kids with dyslexia should not be put into special education classes in public schools. I think this would be wrong to punish a kid based on the disability. They are still of mind and sound and should not be held back because of this. They should be taught how to deal with their dyslexia and be allowed to move forward.
Dyslexia is a diagnosis with a very wide range of intensity and effects. For some, it's an annoyance that only increases their desire to work harder and achieve more. They can use a wide variety of reading aids (which all schools have an obligation to make available) and benefit from support services. For others, it's completely debilitating and/or combined with other learning or physical disabilities. In these cases, special education is often the more logical choice. At the end of the day, the choice to put an individual student from any school in special education must be addressed on a case by case basis.
No, kids with dyslexia should not be put into special education classes in public schools, because dyslexia is a small problem compared to the children who have autism and other problems. Children with dyslexia would be very discouraged to be put in special classes, and they would be told that they are behind.
I do not think that kids with dyslexia should be put in special classes in public schools. I think that people with dyslexia shouldn't be treated any differently than other people. I do think that there should be after school programs that should be available to help them out with their issues.