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Student Perspective on Special Education

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Student Perspective on Special Education

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Student Perspective on Special Education

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Farai Chideya talks to Leticia Davis, a student at Landmark College in Putney, Vermont. Davis was put into special education classes in high school after encephalitis left her with memory loss.

She was diagnosed with dyslexia in college, and transferred to Landmark, which specializes in students with learning differences and disabilities.

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