Wynter is in Gen Ed for all of her classes. In 6th and 7th grades she was in a lower level math class. A class that was the same curriculum as the gen ed math class, but moved at a slower pace. That is really what she needs and it was very successful. It states very clearly and repeatedly in the neuropscyh evaluation that Wynter has trouble with complex problems, however if given more time she can get it. The gen ed math class teaches the basic concept in one lesson. Then starts expanding on that in further lessons. However, each step is just one lesson. She needs more time. She's just starting to grasp the concept at the end of the lesson, but hasn't mastered it. Then they expect her to move on. So far, she's getting through by taking quizes and tests with prompting on each problem with me and her teacher. She is not learning any of it. I asked that she be moved into that sped class again this year. They are telling me they cannot because her test scores on the MFE from 2 years ago show her as being average in math. Their solution? Have the teacher do one on one sessions with Wynter (which we've already been doing) and go over other assignments, but not have her have to turn them in. IOW, gloss over it just to push her through. They told me that the law states that they can only place kids in the SpEd classes based on the MFE scores. When I asked for a re-evaluation they said they are backed up and they probably couldn't get to it until the end of the school year. Any advice? This feels like they are just passing her along. So, in high school then (next year), she won't be ready for algebra or pre-algebra. She'll have to take General Math to learn what she should have learned this year. ETA: The school told me that they are audited every year by the state and if they have students in a sped class whose MFE score for that class is not below average, they get cited.