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When Hybrid Learning Causes More Harm Than Good: School Options for ADHD Families

best solution to the various mental health, social, and academic issues facing kids in grades K-12 right now.While this may be true for most children, many students with ADHD are suffering right now. Returning to school, even in a hybrid capacity, is a poor fit for their needs — namely for consistency, routine, and predictable supports.

Despite good intentions, hybrid learning is disrupting every area of their lives. For these students with ADHD, completing the school year in a non-traditional learning program may bring short-term academic gains and set them up for success in the future.Many people believe that the best learning always takes place in a school setting.

However, research shows us this is not the case. Kids start learning at

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