Programs for learning problems in high school, are there those?

So I'm writing an essay about High school educational system, and what is good in it. I am saying about how there are many programs for students who are advanced such as AP, IB, and duel-enrollment. But I also want to say that the education system cares for students who are having learning troubles. Are there programs that are like that, pretty much opposite of AP and IB and that kind of stuff? Please help me! Thank you so much.Sascha Rochelle

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One Answer to “Programs for learning problems in high school, are there those?”

  1. cornstalk says:

    Children with diagnosed learning disabilities are required by law to get appropriate services for their disability.This might mean a special reading or math class with teachers trained in dealing with individual needs. This is what the law requires. The way it is implemented varies greatly by school and by district. Some special needs classes are better than others.