World Champion Sonnon advocates for dyslexia education reform
Scott Sonnon, right, launches his new book, "A Mountain Stands: Confessions of a Suppressed Genius" by kicking off a speaking tour in Michigan.
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#1 Aug 18, 2014
I agree that it is so important to help children who have learning disabilities. Just because reading is a challenge does not mean that the child is mentally impaired or not smart enough. I am glad that there are people speaking for those who have dyslexia.
Seth Ashford | http://www.learning-aids.com/dyslexia.html
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