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Learning Disability Doesn't Mean Learning Failure

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If you cannot read and write as well as other students, does that mean you will fail in school and life?

Talk with Laura Grey, who has dyslexia, a learning disability that can mix up letters and make reading, writing and spelling difficult.

She is proficient in five languages: English, French, Spanish, Italian and German.She is also learning Russian, Mandarin Chinese and Dutch. 



“I was an early reader so nobody thought that I was dyslexic for a long time,” Grey said.“They...

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