Advocates for students with learning disabilities are honored

11/14/2011 | Washington Post, The

Major League Lacrosse player Paul Rabil, who has auditory processing disorder, struggled as a student at Johns Hopkins University, where he succeeded with personal determination and various accommodations. Rabil, who has formed a foundation to help students with disabilities succeed in school and athletics, was recently honored, along with Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Philip Schultz, at the Lab School for students with learning disabilities in Washington, D.C.

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