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  • Writer's pictureSuzie Glassman

Your Child May Need More Services Than a Free Public School Provides:

What Parents Need to Know About The Costs of Alternatives

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During the early days of the pandemic, I learned my 10-year-old daughter has ADHD and dyslexia. She attends our neighborhood elementary school, and up until her diagnosis, I took for granted the school's ability to meet her educational needs.

But when she went back in person, she began coming home each day exhausted from having to work harder than her peers to keep up. And she no longer had the energy for once-loved after-school activities, such as dance classes. I started doubting whether the public school could do any more for my daughter—but I had no idea whether I could afford an alternative solution, such as private school, homeschooling, or outside tutoring.

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