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Old 01-06-2013, 04:24 PM
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Hello. I am thinking of moving to the NY/NJ area with my Gifted/ADHD 10 year old and I was wondering if anyone knows of any kind of school that is either 1)public/charter or 2)private but reasonably priced that would accommodate both of these "special education" needs of his. He goes to an ADHD school right now in Arizona, and he is doing great. But I guess what I am really looking for is an environment that will meet both his ADHD and his gifted needs after I move. I am open to non-traditional/progressive schools if any of them can make him learn and love school, I might even prefer it.
I already know about Lang in Manhattan, but that is way out of my price range.
Thanks so much!
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