The $231 million law has had little effect on reading levels over the last five years.
About half of third graders in Colorado can't read at grade level, and many are students with dyslexia.
Michael Bucey, part of the group that convinced the district to adopt the changes, says the program means more resources for those students.
CPR's education reporter gets a lesson in the challenges students with dyslexia face every day.
Camp starts with jokes around a campfire, but more than half the day is spent on reading and writing to boost accuracy, fluency and comprehension.