Our kids may not know him, but most parents will!
EXCERPT: Fleetwood, 67, says little was known about dyslexia when he was a kid. He went undiagnosed and was a terrible student. He was paralyzed by fear whenever a teacher asked him to go to the blackboard and answer a question. “Dyslexia is very hard,” he writes. “You spend hours going in circles because you don’t know how to go in a straight line.”