Australian study shows more lefties need special education in our schools

by Lefty
on 15 July 2013
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In July 2010, the Lefty's Resource Centre conducted a brief study of 34 primary schools to look at the predominance of left-handers in special education classes.

From over 12,300 students in the survey population, 10.1% were left-handed. Of the 1562 students with special education needs, 14.7% were left-handed. This validates the general belief that lefties are over-represented in both ends of the spectrum: the brilliant and those needing assistance. Click here to read our Media Release for Left-Hander's Day 2010.