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December 30, 2011

by Sharon Harvey, Esquire

The first day of school is always an exciting and a stressful time for parents and their children, particularly for children who are going to school for the first time. All parents naturally assume that their child will make friends, behave appropriately in class, get good grades and move onto the next grade without any problems. It often comes as a shock to the parents when their child doesn’t follow this magical master plan. The parents are often unsure about what to do to help their child and often unaware of what services the school district must provide to help a child succeed.