American classrooms are full of very bright children who, despite their very best efforts, struggle with learning core subjects of reading, spelling and math. These struggling bright children have learning differences that challenge their ability to learn with traditional teaching methods. A learning difference is just that—a difference in learning. It is not a disorder or a disability, but a different way of learning. Because of their differences, they struggle every day to be successful with academics and, at times, social skills. Everything that looks so easy to their same aged peers is, for them, a monumental challenge.