As kids are heading back to school, parents may want to keep an eye on their progress, watching for signs of dyslexia or other learning disabilities. Katharine Campbell, Director of The Institute for Professional Learning at Groves Academy, joins us now to talk about some of the warning signs and the options for families. (2:47) WCCO Mid-Morning – Aug. 12, 2019

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