Another concern I have as we approach Thursday's meeting is her lack of access to higher level material. I hear "DD is doing fine with the regular material and doesn't require differentiation because the material is new." This especially happens in Math. Of course, she can't pass higher levels of math if she has never been granted access to the materials - but with the slightest bit of instruction/access, she would easily skip through those units. My main issue is that something like fact fluency (while important) should not act as the gatekeeper to a more diverse, higher level, and quite frankly less boring Math material. Does anyone have any thoughts on how to have this conversation with the school when she is merely "meeting expectations" instead of exceeding?