With just 65 students, Ryå Efterskole becomes an intimate, tight-knit community every year. Located in northern Jutland, Denmark, Ryå helps young people who have dyslexia or other reading and spelling difficulties attain tools and methods to make learning much more accessible and fun. “We’re a small school with just 65 students. This allows the staff to get really close to the individual students. We’re always there for them, and we can really give them the time and support that they need,” the school’s principal Holger Juul Nielsen says. “