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How Schools Can Help Dyslexic Students with Reading

KQED News Mind/Shift – Holly Korbey

“Children who cannot read and can’t figure out why can face unbearable difficulty in classrooms. There are students who know something is wrong but can’t say what and may assume that adults might not believe them. When faced with homework, such kids will fidget, distract, cry or rage, or act out when it’s their turn to read in front of the class. Some students decide that it’s better to end up in the principal’s office than face another humiliating failure.” (more)

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