A disability is only such if it is disabling. And if it only impacts one environment, like school, but they are creative, intelligent people generally speaking, is it the child or the environment? If you take a person and change the environment or the teaching style or the focus, is there still a problem? Experts are finally starting to recognize that maybe they were wrong about those with “learning disabilities.” Maybe it’s a difference in learning versus a disability? Maybe indeed! Here are some posts to ponder:
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