Golfer with dyslexia helps children learn about leadership

12/26/2008 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Professional golfer Tim "Lumpy" Herron, who credits his special education teachers with helping him overcome dyslexia, returned to his Minnesota school district to tee off a national initiative meant to help children develop leadership skills. "He's been able to show other students who have learning differences how to take that and make it a positive," said Gail Rains, a special educator who worked with Herron in junior high.

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