Looking for great special Education teachers for older children 8-14. Teachers that are flexible and really gear their teaching to the individual child. Anyone super happy with the academic program that their child is recei
ving at public, private or charter school?
Try a Montessori school for a program tailored to your child. They can receive services at the school. I work at a Montessori charter and have seen it work well with my class and my own child. We have a child that does not have an IEP or 504 but really needs his work altered. He is very gifted so he appears to have severe ADHD. The lead teacher is in touch with his mom weekly. He does not get much work done during class time, but he can finish it after school with the teacher in such a short time.
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