Public Education and ADHD – A Question of WHAT IF…

Ever since I took off my kid gloves last week and finally addressed the truth about public education, I have been pondering the question behind why schools do things the way they do.

Take special education, for example – specifically, the education establishment’s approach to children with ADHD.

As a mom to a child who was diagnosed with ADHD when he was in school, I have had firsthand experience with this, but for the sake of time, I won’t be getting into our specific story today. Right now, I’m more concerned with the general treatment of these children in the school setting.  Continue reading “Public Education and ADHD – A Question of WHAT IF…”