Last updated 4 years ago
"Instead of getting the grades I was capable of, I allowed my insecurity to get the best of me," says Allison Schwartz in her thought-provoking article "How Extended Time on Tests Helped Improve More Than Just Test Scores."
Diagnosed with dyslexia in her twenties, Allison was like so many others with special needs. She did everything she could to keep from being labeled one of "those people" whose differences made them feel inferior. With honesty and self-awareness, she describes her own struggles and urges others with special needs not to fear labels and to speak up courageously about the help they need. We think you'll find her journey inspiring!