If you have a struggling learner, you know the challenges that come with every day. Whether the struggle comes from one individual subject or from across the academic board, you understand what it takes to get through the day, and I am here to suppor...
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In Lake Wobegon all the children are above average, but in the real world some kids struggle. What is a parent to do?
I have a son with fairly significant learning disabilities. He is dues to begin high school this fall. He is on a sixth grade level in math...so we keep going...do I give him high school level credit for the math we do next year? His writing looks like a second grader's ~ do we continue on and give high school credit for his English work? He is 15 and says he really wants to go to college and I want to prepare him to do so, which means an intelligible but honest transcript. thanks! ~ Carol
Yes, he can be in high school and yes, you can give him high school credit. I have an article about College for Struggling Learners that you may enjoy here.