Growing up, Ameer Baraka dreaded spelling tests. On Fridays, when his class took them, he would often skip school and hide in the hallways of the New Orleans housing project where he lived. Other parts of school made him miserable, too—the way his classmates would point and laugh when his teacher would ask him to … Continue reading People in Prison Are Way More Likely to Have Dyslexia. The Justice System Sets Them Up to Fail.
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