Will Marsh spent his early school years in Rahway, N.J., frustrated and in pain at times.
“Why am I so stupid?” the boy would tearfully ask his mother.
Things got better after he was diagnosed with dyslexia in third grade and began getting support. Despite his diagnosis, Marsh couldn’t get all the accommodations he sought when it came time for him to take his college entrance exam, the SAT…
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