Why Schools Struggle to Help Children with Dyslexia
Over 10 million children in elementary schools across the country have dyslexia, researchers have found, and they do not get timely support because their troubles are ignored or misunderstood.
Children with dyslexia have problems recognizing and understanding words, despite having normal or above-normal levels of intelligence. Some have difficulty coordinating their movements or suffer from poor motor skills. Therefore, some youngsters might struggle to hold a pen or pencil for too long and have sloppy handwriting.
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