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    Jump to new posts Trouble persisting at tasks: ADHD or ...? by SLO @ Today at 03:22 PM

    Our very social and fun- and action-loving child has always had trouble maintaining focus during longer work sessions at school and during extended periods of directions/instruction before a task/project begins. Here we are at the start of 4th grad
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    Jump to new posts Re: Ivy League Admissions. by Wren @ Today at 04:22 AM

    I think that was the point of the lawsuit. You get less whites, but more Asians. You have a greater population of Asians, taking into all the ones applying from Asia. So you should get a higher population of Asian applying with high scores. But i
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    Jump to new posts Re: Learning in the Fast Lane (Advanced Placement) by ashley @ Yesterday at 04:39 PM

    Originally Posted By: NotSoGiftedWhile AP classes aren't necessarily college level (depends upon your definition of college level, however), in many places, they are the best option for a bright HS kid. Community colleges are good in some areas of t
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    Originally Posted By: tillamookPerhaps that's not as important as getting him healthy and happy again. Just want to affirm that this is the most important measure of your decisions about his situation. You are a good parent.
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    Jump to new posts Contest calendar by Bostonian @ 09/19/19 01:18 PM

    Registration deadlines for the following contests are listed in the Fall 2019 issue of the Study of Exceptional Talent Precollege Newsletter Oct 08 Harvard MIT Math Tournament Oct 10 Quill and Scroll Yearbook Excellence Contest Oct 11 Young Arts
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    Jump to new posts Denver area 2e support by knute974 @ 09/19/19 12:33 PM

    A friend just forwarded this to me. If anyone is interested, GDC is hosting a 2e support group this Saturday. I understand that they would like it to be an ongoing event. If you miss this one, I would contact them about future meetings. More info
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    Jump to new posts Re: NYC public schools by Wren @ 09/18/19 06:08 PM

    thanks for the link. Read it. Reminded me of my early days of applying to preschool in NYC. And Dd ended up a one of those private public. We did raise 1MM per annum to pay for teachers, computer lab etc. But very sad about the current syste
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    It can be difficult when you have a bright kid whose brain is permanently in overclock mode. Anxiety over things that others do not bat an eye over is a condition that our DD (now 14) has oft been prone to. We have restarted CBT again to see if she
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