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Old 11-10-2008, 05:14 PM
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Hello everyone,
I work for AA and am considering a move to the DFW area. My 9 yr old daughter has Aspergers and Dyslexia. Not only is she getting no services at school where we live, but there is a serious lack of professionals to help us. I was thinking that not only would we be better off near a major meto area but also I could choose a school district that will do what they are supposed to. I would need to commute to DFW. ANY info about various districts both positive and negative would be greatly appreciated. I heard that Fort Worth has some good school districts(Keller for example. ) Also, if anyone has used an educational advocate they can recommend I would appreciate that info as well. If you like you can email private info to [EMAIL="V1rota8@charter.net"]V1rota8@charter.net[/EMAIL]. Thank you
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