Private Schools Fill Gap For Hawaii’s Dyslexic Kids — But At High Cost

·By Alia Wong

Shiela Scarborough

Private schools for dyslexic students cost about $20,000, but not everyone can afford them.

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Do you think public schools provide enough support for dyslexic students or are private schools such as Assets the best option?