I have a 10 year old daughter who I haven't told her yet of what is going on. She has difficulty in her reading comprehension and the other day I met with the special ed teacher to go over the testing that she gave her to see if there was a learning disability. The findings were that she doesn't qualify for special ed, but she does have below average scores for comprehension and when the teacher was performing an in class evaluation she noticed that she wasnt' staying focused on what was going on in the classroom. So now my concern is do I tell her about it now and risk the chance of having her grades slip, or do I wait until the end of the school season (June 4) to tell her? Then my next concern is how do I go about telling her, she is very sensitive.
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