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What are factors that affect reading?

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Factors that affect reading include but are not limited to: rate of comprehension and retention, bad spelling, hyperactivity, poor self-esteem and lack of coping skills. Intellectual and developmental learning disabilities are often seen in students while learning how to read, and symptoms progressively get worse without appropriate resources.

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What are factors that affect reading?
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A person affected by learning disabilities may also be intimidated to write or speak up and may be slow at processing, experience difficulty trying to balance, experience coordination gaps, and exhibit poor handwriting. There are resources to assist students with learning disabilities, including evaluation, additional help with appropriately trained teachers, and tutoring within, before or after the school day.

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