This study was conducted to investigate the parents’ perceptions and needs on the ordinance by local government for students with dyslexia and drew policy suggestions to enhance the effectiveness of the ordinance. To this end, 48 parents of children with dyslexia were surveyed by developing a questionnaire asking for their overall perceptions on the ordinance by local government for students with dyslexia and their awareness and demands on the appropriateness and necessity of individual provisions. As results, the overall level of satisfaction with the support of the cities and provinces in which more than 60% of the parents who participated in the study were aware of the ordinances, but the overall level of satisfaction with the support of the resident cities and provinces was very low. It was also found to be very low on questions about the policy process (i.e., whether the opinions of the parties were collected, the contents of student support were adequate, the student support project planning and execution process were transparent, and the student support projects were effective). Meanwhile, through descriptive questions, the importance of preparing internal issues such as public education accountability, establishment of a system to support students with dyslexia, and enhancement of professionalism were emphasized. Based on the results of the study, suggestions for future research were provided with discussion on the direction of public education.