The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


When learning hurts

A special education ministry brings hope to kids otherwise doomed to failure

Some 20 years later it's still hard for Girard Sagmiller to talk about it. Diagnosed with dyslexia as a high school student, Sagmiller was sent with other learning-disabled students to a school janitors' closet--a makeshift classroom where reading was conducted by a student teacher with little heart and a short fuse.

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