Is the bar too low for special education?
from The Atlantic
In fourth grade, Drew's behavioral problems in school grew worse. Gripped by extreme fears of flies, spills and public restrooms, Drew began banging his head, removing his clothing, running out of the school building and urinating on the floor. These behaviors, which stemmed from autism and ADHD, meant that Drew was regularly removed from the classroom in his suburban school outside of Denver and only made marginal academic improvement, according to court documents.
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