One in five kids has dyslexia, yet most aren't diagnosed until the third grade or later, meaning they miss out on years of intervention and support.
The royal learned that she was dyslexic when she was 7 and now wants to "change the narrative around the diagnosis."
The needs of some children are prioritized while those of others are massively subverted.
They're capable of the work. School leaders and teachers just don't always believe it.
Our education system is failing students with special needs.
Back-to-school week can be a hard for kids who struggle with writing.
Few families can afford to hire an outside specialist.