Where Dyslexic Means Extraordinary – An Interview with Perry Stokes of the Rawson Saunders School

When I started elementary school way back in the 1960s, most educators knew almost nothing about dyslexia. An unfortunate result of this was that dyslexic children like myself were pigeonholed in a standardized learning environment that didn’t recognize the way we processed information. Not only did this make it very difficult to survive academically—let alone…

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