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Perspectives: Why should people talk openly about learning differences?

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To build kids’ self-esteem, praise their efforts. But don’t shower them with praise for everything they do.

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“It made sense as a Black kid in a mostly white school not to show confusion, and to disprove false stereotypes about my smarts. I had to know everything, and do everything right, to command respect.”

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