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“It is a lonely existence to be a child with a disability which no-one can see or understand, you exasperate your teachers, you disappoint your parents, and worst of all you know that you are not just stupid.”

Susan Hampshire

“I suffered from a lack of confidence due to a learning problem. It’s called dyslexia. It’s a word that, ironically, most of who have it can’t spell or pronounce, but maybe that’s the point. I wasn’t diagnosed until well after I had reached adulthood, had struggled through school being considered lazy, dumb, and perhaps even retarded, and had flunked out of college seven times. Most people felt I’d wind up working in a service station, or if I was really lucky, I might get to drive a truck at my father’s gravel plant. Nevertheless, I guess I’ve always found low expectations rather liberating. Disparaging assessments just fired my determination.”

— Jack Horner is the curator of the Montana’s Museum of the Rockies, a world-renowned paleontologist

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