For years, dyslexic students have been mistreated due to the incredibly unfair and false stereotypes surrounding the learning difference. As Josh Clark Head of School Schenck School has stated, “Some of the greatest inventions and breakthroughs in our history have come from a dyslexics mind’s refusal to accept the status quo.” In reality, their differences do not create a disability but instead a superpower. It is up to our teachers to finally unlock our students’ superpowers by properly teaching them the ways they learn best. My goal is to create a safer environment for dyslexic students by introducing skills to better teach to their different styles of learning. I hope to aid these dyslexic students on their own journey like Windward did for me. I know the seven year old scared to even raise her hand inside of me would be so proud of my efforts to make a change. I aspire to hold the precious scared seven year old’s hand inside of every struggling student and show them their superpowers. My next steps will be to introduce these new beneficial tools to the school board in hopes that they will implement them into their curriculums!