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There is a big push in Kansas to make schools rethink how they teach reading. It is spearheaded by parents and advocates who want to help students with dyslexia. As Celia Llopis-Jepsen (@Celia_LJ) of the Kansas News Service reports, it may change how all kids learn to read.

This story comes via the Kansas News Service, a collaboration covering education, health and politics across Kansas.

This segment aired on November 23, 2018.

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