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When a student has dysgraphia, writing mathematical formulas or drawing charts and graphs for science class can be daunting. Dr. Tracy Gray of the American Institutes for Research has some ideas for accommodations, from smartpens to specialized graphing software.
From our sister site Reading Rockets kids with learning disabilities are especially vulnerable to losing academic ground during the summer. Share this video with your students' parents and encourage them to give their children an educationally-rich summer.