Special-education tutor starts family business to promote literacy

Retired Canadian teacher and special-education tutor Joan Thornton began creating activities and games to help her daughter, who is dyslexic and struggled with a literacy curriculum. Thornton and her daughter, who is now a product designer, produce and sell those activities and games as part of their family-run educational-products company, Notch Hill Educational Products.

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