“Dyslexia is a learning disability which usually causes people to have difficulty reading and processing language. It is very common and affects about 15% percent of the population in both the US and Canada. I created this drawing to represent how children with dyslexia may feel out of place and struggle to keep up with their peers if they are left undiagnosed and without the treatment that they deserve. Schools should implement programs that allow teachers to identify students with dyslexia and provide dyslexic students additional tutoring so that they can succeed in their education.”
— Tejaswi Nimmagadda
“11 Facts About Dyslexia.” DoSomething.org, 2014, http://www.dosomething.org/us/facts/11-facts-about-dyslexia.
“Dyslexia.” The Reading Clinic, 2020, https://thereadingclinic.ca/programs/dyslexia/