Imagine not learning your letters until the age of nine, not being able to read until the age of twelve, and remaining a slow reader throughout your life. Now imagine that the President of the United States had these characteristics.
Woodrow Wilson had dyslexia and struggled with reading his entire life. Instead of being overcome by his disability, Wilson used determination and self-discipline to not only survive in school, but to excel. Eventually, he became a professor at Princeton University, an author of a popular acclaimed book on George Washington, the governor of New Jersey, and the 28th President of the United States.
Learn more by reading The Woodrow Wilson Story.