The way they turned a thought around during his assessment when he had trouble, turning a short string of wrong answers and hesitation to immediate, correct answers, was incredibly reassuring. The student-to-teacher ratio is encouraging. I actually think they might change his attitude.
Well, being out, driving around, etc. for 2.5 hours, almost never leaving the car, sure as shit takes it out of me.
But my son says he did 11 pages of math problems today, 10 correctly and one ungraded. I hope that it's the first of a long string of successes. He's smart and unpracticed, and biased against it. If they can give him confidence, it'll mean a lot.
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