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Dyslexia law inspired by Ocean City student draws global interest

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Dale Gerhard

Samantha Ravelli (left), talks with reporter Julie Yoon Nyung Lee (center) and producer Felix Kwon, of Korea Educational Broadcasting System, about her dyslexia. Beth Ravelli of Ocean City, works advocating for dyslexia testing in New Jersey. Ravelli's daughter Samantha, a junior at Ocean City High School, has received dyslexia-based education through the Ocean City School district. A news crew from Korea Educational Broadcasting System, in Seoul, Korea, came to Ocean City Intermediate School, to film a documentary on Ravelli and the school district's dyslexia program.

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Beth Ravelli thought she finally could rest this year after Gov. Chris Christie signed the last of a series of bills in January to address dyslexia and reading disabilities in New Jersey.

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4 images

Dale Gerhard

Samantha Ravelli (left), talks with reporter Julie Yoon Nyung Lee (center) and producer Felix Kwon, of Korea Educational Broadcasting System, about her dyslexia. Beth Ravelli of Ocean City, works advocating for dyslexia testing in New Jersey. Ravelli's daughter Samantha, a junior at Ocean City High School, has received dyslexia-based education through the Ocean City School district. A news crew from Korea Educational Broadcasting System, in Seoul, Korea, came to Ocean City Intermediate School, to film a documentary on Ravelli and the school district's dyslexia program.