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Center helps children with dyslexia better cope

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MILWAUKEE (WITI) -- Parents know how difficult it can be to keep your kids up to speed at school. But imagine those kids enduring the frustration and struggles of not being able to read or write as well as their classmates.

Those are skills a lot of us take for granted. But for a child with dyslexia, those skills may never come easy. One place in Milwaukee is doing its best to change that.

Brian Kramp visited the Children's Dyslexia Center in Milwaukee.

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