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Geri Coleman Tucker is a freelance writer and editor and a former deputy managing editor for USA Today. She also writes the Asperger Ascent blog. Tucker, a graduate of Kenyon College, is based in the Washington, DC, area.
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“Dear 5th grade teacher,
My name is Sophia.
I am exsidid to be in your class.
I want you to know…
As a child, Eric Tucker struggled in school with undiagnosed learning and attention issues. Now he’s...
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