College valedictorian overcame learning disabilities

05/14/2009 | Augusta Chronicle (Ga.), The

Christopher Goss, one of three valedictorians of his Georgia university class, overcame dyslexia and dysgraphia by working hard and asking for help, he said in a speech at his graduation. "The experts said that I may make it through college, but I would need a lot of help," said Goss, who earned a bachelor's degree in music. "You know what? The experts were right."

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