January 15, 2020 Feature

Introduction to Educational Plans in Public Schools

Andrew M. I. Lee

Consider three hypothetical students in public school. Alejandro is age ten, uses a wheelchair due to cerebral palsy, and struggles academically. Ben, age fifteen, is a popular and gregarious teen, who has been identified with dyslexia and reads with the help of audiobooks. Caitlin, who is seven, taught herself to read at a toddler, scores off the charts on IQ tests, and is frequently bored in class. She also has a life-threatening peanut allergy.

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