People with dyslexia have differences in brain structure. How can educators use this knowledge to teach them more effectively? An expert shares his insights.
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The author of Overcoming Dyslexia offers interesting answers to questions parents often ask.
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A woman identified with dyslexia at age 76 reflects on her lifelong struggles and ultimate triumph.
We tell children "Everyone's the same," but they know better. And there's no shame in being different.
A high school senior with learning difficulties inspires hope by telling his personal story of using determination and drive to overcome his challenges.