'The Boy Who Learned Upside Down' aims to inspire kids with learning disabilities and their parents

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    'The Boy Who Learned Upside Down' aims to inspire kids with learning disabilities (and their parents) - Oregon Live

    Scattarella based her book on her own son’s experience, which also led her to found the Shadow Project, a Portland-based nonprofit that works with teachers in more than 30 schools in Multnomah, Washington and Yamhill counties to support K-8 students in special education.

    “Special education has been around for a while now but it’s something that’s still steeped in myth and mystery,” Scattarella said. “It’s a population of kids that can be somewhat isolated.”
     
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