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Advanced and Struggling Students

An Insider’s Guide for Parents and Teachers to Support Exceptional Youngsters

Parry Graham

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For too many families, the language and culture of public education are confusing and intimidating, creating barriers that prevent meaningful and supportive collaboration. This can be especially true for both the parents of students who struggle and the parents of students who are high achievers. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Schools should be a place where parents feel welcomed and a place where rules and practices are translated into language that parents can understand and relate to. Ultimately, schools should be a place where parents are provided the information they need to support and advocate for their children.

If you are the parent of a struggling or high-achieving child, Advanced and Struggling Students: An Insider’s Guide for Parents and Teachers to Support Exceptional Youngsters will teach you how to understand and be understood. Full of tips, strategies, resources, and real-life stories, this book will help you learn how to be a productive partner with your child’s school and how to be an effective advocate for your child’s needs.

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ADHD, student executive function disorder, Special Education, gifted students, student mental health, PTA, Opposition Defiance Disorder, special ed, social-emotional learning, students with ADHD, intervention plans, student intervention plans, students with disabilities, high-achieving students, executive function disorder, IEPs, special ed students, PTO