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'If you're dyslexic, you feel stupid,' advocate says. Now, Ontario wants to change that
The Ontario Human Rights Commission begins hearing stories Tuesday from parents and students in Brampton as it launches a series of public hearings to determine if students with dyslexia, and other learning disabilities involving reading, are receiving the education they need to succeed.
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