Michigan center aids children with dyslexia

09/25/2008 | Battle Creek Enquirer (Mich.)

Many students with dyslexia don't test low enough to be eligible for special education, so many go without help, says Jill Christ, who serves on the board of a Michigan center that aims to better meet the needs of such children. Tutors at the center meet with students after school to help them learn techniques to overcome their disabilities.

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