A learning disability less recognized than ADD and dyslexia may strike a significant number of children, according to a recent research report in Pediatrics magazine. It's described as "written-language disorder" or the inability to write properly. In a cohort of school-aged children studied by researchers, it was "at least as frequent as reading disabilities and significantly more frequent among boys than girls." No word on whether the National Writing Project may be part of the cure (smile). This link leds to a summary of the study. Also see this news story at the Forbes website.