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    Welcome to this new pre-K - 12 forum!

    If you have questions or concerns about a child who struggles with classical education in a significant way, this is your forum.

    As one of the moderators, I have a master's degree in special education. I also hold a lifetime teaching certificate in learning disabilities & behavior disorders, K-12. I have homeschooled my own adopted special-needs teens from their infancy with classical Christian education.

    If you would like to start a new thread with a specific question, please do so. Other families with similar situations will help too. Teaching a special-needs child presents unique challenges, but we can learn from each other.

    I look forward to our discussions.
    Cheryl Swope, M.Ed.