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September 29, 2016

Kids with dyslexia and similar problems have as much potential as anyone yet are at a higher risk of dropping out, becoming unemployed, or going to prison. A Los Angeles pilot program is set to find out if schools can do better.

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Economically disadvantaged students at Hamilton significantly outperform their counterparts statewide in English tests, graduation rate, and eligibility for admission to state universities. (Photo: √Člishia Sharie)

 

Kids with dyslexia and similar problems have as much potential as anyone yet are at a higher risk of dropping out, becoming unemployed, or going to prison. A Los Angeles pilot program is set to find out if schools can do better.

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