Success at School is Possible, Even if Your Child has ADHD

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The special education system is complicated, though, and parents often don’t know what their kids are entitled to or how to go about getting it. Even parents who are educated about their child’s ADHD learning needs and rights often struggle to ensure the right school environment for their child.

According to the Institute of Education Sciences and the National Center for Education Statistics, 6.4 million children and youth ages 3 to 21 received special education services in 2011 to 2012. That’s about 13 percent of all public school students.

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