Schools Struggle To Serve ‘Twice Exceptional’ Students

Pin It

[Source: The Hechinger Report]

To Eva Santiago, her son’s education has always felt like an impossible dilemma.

Before elementary school, the boy was diagnosed with autism, ADHD and anxiety, and in kindergarten he was placed in a small, self-contained class for kids with disabilities.

But he was articulate and curious, so when he was 6, Santiago took him to be tested for the city’s exclusive gifted-and-talented program. She was pleased when his score earned him one of the coveted spots.

Read the Rest of this Article on the Hechinger Report

This entry was posted in Blog and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.