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My daughter with dyslexia felt “invisible.” I intended to change that.

The author’s young daughter backstage at a dance recital.

Not long before COVID-19 forced us into social isolation, I watched my daughter leave school mopey-eyed and dragging her backpack.

As she sat in the back seat of my car, she crossed her arms and sighed heavily. She’d clearly had a bad day. Typically tight-lipped about anything that happened at school, she sat back and waited for me to ask what…

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