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Capt. Lookatmy Broadside
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Posted at 1:16 pm on May 4, 2012


I don't think of his ed as filled with accommodations. For the most part he is given more time and does his written things on his laptop [don't most college students use those, anyway?]

He is 'slower' at math and needs explanations or reinforcement, but when he gets it, he has it and can use it. He will not be majoring in any thing with a math emphasis :)


He is finishing 10th grade, so is looking closer at his future and I've been contemplating if he might need any accommodations in a college setting.

Thank you for your input!




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