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It has nothing to do with how intelligent you are. You can be extremely bright and still have dyslexia.

- Tim Tebow

Source: ESPN

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Karen J. Miller, MD

Karen J. Miller MD

Professional Advisory Board

Karen J. Miller MD

Professional Advisory Board

Karen is an associate professor of pediatrics at Tufts Medical School and works as a developmental-behavioral pediatrician at the Center for Children with Special Needs at Tufts Medical Center.

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Join NCLD for a Briefing on Personalized Learning

**If you couldn’t make the briefing or the live webinar, watch the video here**:   Do you wonder what personalized learning looks like? Are you curious about how it works for students with disabilities? Join us on May 4th for the release of NCLD’s latest report, Personalized Learning: Meeting the Needs of Students with Disabilities. […]

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Powerful statistics

Employment Status of Working Age Adults

Percentage of People Who Attributed LD to Inaccurate Causes

How Students With LD Exited High School

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