Year after year, schools told Tilicia Robertson of Kansas City that her son, Jordan Huff, was mentally retarded and would never be able to read or write. She didn't believe that and taught Jordan in her home while working full time. Huff was later diagnosed with autism. He is graduating from Hogan Prep and has a college scholarship to attend MidAmerica Nazarene this fall. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Year after year, schools told Tilicia Robertson of Kansas City that her son, Jordan Huff, was mentally retarded and would never be able to read or write. She didn't believe that and taught Jordan in her home while working full time. Huff was later diagnosed with autism. He is graduating from Hogan Prep and has a college scholarship to attend MidAmerica Nazarene this fall. David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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They said he’d never be able to learn. With mom’s help, he has a college scholarship

May 12, 2017 5:36 PM

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