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School for the dyslexic moving forward on Staten Island

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Staten Island Borough President James Oddo said he is assembling a team to move forward with a school that will serve dyslexic students.

“I am committed to advocating for these families and fighting for more educational programming that addresses the specific needs of children with dyslexia,” he said. It could take up to two years for the application process to be completed.

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Amelia Hamilton was a former Watchdog.org education correspondent.