For Jason Talley, playing for Jesuit is a matter of learning to learn with ADD
For Jason Talley, playing for Jesuit is a matter of learning to learn with ADD.
By Mike Tokito | The Oregonian
Jason Talley ended up playing for Jesuit not because he was seeking football glory, but rather, because his parents wanted to give him a better chance at dealing with a learning disability, attention deficit disorder. Wendell and Phyllis Talley enrolled Jason, the youngest of their four children, in Edison High School, which is located on Jesuit’s Southwest Portland campus, but operates independently and specializes in teaching children with learning challenges.
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