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By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 7/21/2015, 11:33
 
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Update date: 7/20/2015, 13:01
 
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Update date: 7/20/2015, 13:00
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


 
  The Mystery of dyslexia (Part 7)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 7/20/2015, 13:00
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


 
  The Mystery of dyslexia (Part 6)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 7/20/2015, 13:00
 
Rabbi David Klapman was sent in 1992, by the Lubavitcher Rebbe to Teachers College of Columbia University to complete his master’s degree in Learning Disabilities. Since then he has worked in the field and studied with internationally renowned experts...


 
  The Mystery of dyslexia (Part 5)  
 
By Rabbi David Klapman
Update date: 7/20/2015, 12:59
 
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Update date: 7/20/2015, 12:58
 
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Update date: 7/20/2015, 12:58
 
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