For students, success with learning differences means self-advocacy and finding comfort in community

This is Part Three of our series on learning differences. In Part One, EdNC reporter Rupen Fofaria shared his learning differences story. In Part Two, we explored the meaning of the term learning differences. In Part Three, we look at students with learning differences and what their journeys and successes look like.

Cannon School hosts a chapter of Eye to Eye where students with learning differences mentor younger students on how they’ve coped & found success. As the students grow more comfortable with each other, they come to rely on one another.

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