Parents are polarized in their attitudes about ADHD in ways that reflect their segregation into education-oriented camps. On the one hand child-focused education enables kids who would otherwise be labeled as ADHD, on the other hand compulsory education sees ADHD behavior as a biological dysfunction. Parents find themselves committed to the approach advocated by the schools to which they send their kids. They either conform to the options their educational institution provides, fight an uphill battle for individual treatment, or find another approach to education.
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