6th grader is determined to overcome the obstacles of a serious disability

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MILWAUKEE -- If your child learns at a slower pace than his or her classmates, you know how frustrating it can be for them. For 6th grader Cooper Feltz, the struggle to read has given him, his parents and his teachers the determination to overcome the obstacles of a very serious disability -- dyslexia. Brian Kramp shares Cooper's story.

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  • Derek

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