Column: I am dyslexic, and I support school choice
Jan 10, 1:00 AM
Access to school choice also helped me develop my writing. My dyslexia and vision issues originally caused me to mix up various letters, forget punctuation, struggle with handwriting and be unable to convey what I wanted to say. To work through this, I used homeschooling’s flexibility to consume and digest curriculums and courses about writing, became active in writing groups, and entered contests for the purpose of improving my writing. The lessons I learned from my customized education helped me grow as a writer.
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