One in five students struggles with dysgraphia, limiting their abilities to use written expression. Some classroom environments are more successful for students with dysgraphia. Symptoms of dysgraphia include fine motor sensory issues, language difficulties, challenges with time awareness and focus, and dyslexia. Some classrooms provide a better environment for students with dysgraphia than others.

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