I just found out that my daughter is dyslexic. Her teacher suggested that I have her tested because she was showing signs. So after the test I went back to the school and talked to her teacher, the teacher for next year, and the principal. Pretty much they told me that they don't offer anything to help her and they are not willing to try. The teacher for next year told me that she will fail her class if I don't hold her back. Well the lady that did the testing told me not to hold her back in the first grade no matter what they wanted me to do because it won't do any good. She said that the only thing that will accomplish is hurting her self esteem and seperate her from her friends. The only other school around here that I can send her to has a 3 year waiting list to get in. Any ideas on what I should do?
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