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While dyslexia certainly comes with its own challenges, it also equips students with remarkable talents and abilities. In his book The Dyslexic Advantage Dr. Brock Eide writes, “Dyslexic brains are not trying but failing to work like everyone elses. Dyslexic processing reflects a different pattern of brain structure and function whose essence is to create strengths and abilities rather than challenges.”

In other words: watch dyslexic students in areas like engineering, music, art, debate and sports. They’re anything but “challenged.” With this in mind, the educational plans Kathy recommends address underlying difficulties associated with dyslexia, while allowing them the space to pursue their gifting and uncover a love of learning.

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