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From D’s and F’s to A’ and B’s

Doug Gottdiner shares his experience of watching his son that has dyslexia transform his reading and grades in a short amount of time.  Doug and his wife are both school teachers and have a superior understanding of how students learn.  They were concerned about their son’s grades and why he wasn’t achieving like they knew he could.  Once they got help for his dyslexia they saw a quick turn around in his grades actually going from D’s and F’s to A’s and B’s.

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