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The Shadow Project

Teacher Janice Holstine (left) with her student Arthur Balboa (right). Photo by Nicole Betancourt
Founder/director Christy Scattarella (left) with teacher Janice Holstine (right) holding Christy's new book "The Boy Who Learned Upside Down". Photo by Nicole Betancourt

Founder/director Christy Scattarella (left) with teacher Janice Holstine (right) holding Christy’s new book “The Boy Who Learned Upside Down”. Photo by Nicole Betancourt

Portland based non-profit The Shadow Project now serves over 1,500 students in 33 different schools throughout the Portland metro area. By teaming with local special education teachers to create in-house incentive-based learning programs, The Shadow Project helps kids with learning disabilities turn “I can’t” into “I can.”

Nicole Betancourt

Nicole Betancourt is a news/public affairs assistant at the Portland Radio Project. She can also be found making audio, video, and print media with Child Face Productions, a production duo she co-founded during Summer 2013. When not making media, Nicole loves to play sports and ride her bike to faraway places.

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