I have a question; it relates to easy child, but I thought with everyone's experience it might be a good place. easy child is struggling with reading in school; they had him in a reading recovery program, he caught up to very low average and they took him out of the program. It's "somewhat" clear that he is still having problems. It's just not gelling like it should - I think. I'm not convinced there is not an underlying Learning Disability (LD); but he doesn't qualify for testing yet. school district wants us to continue to work with him at home; we do. However, I limit homework to a max of 40 minutes; typically we do about 30 minutes. He will practice over and over; but never gets a whole lot faster. school district says he is just lacking confidence; which is true to some degree. Any tears, we cut for the night. He does well in every other subject if it doesn't involve reading and writing (e.g., math, recalling history, etc.); he can certainly read and write - just very slow and laborious. Given the experiences we had with difficult child, I don't want to take on the responsibility of teaching easy child. We did this we difficult child and could never get services until 5th grade besides basic ADHD stuff (e.g., sitting close to the teacher) in the classroom. Our school district is much more proactive than where we lived at this age with difficult child at the elementary school age; but they are insisting that we need to be doing even more with him as we come up to testing next month. I'm of a mind that they should be responsible for teaching him at this age, with minimal homework. Any suggestions or thoughts on the best way to work with the school district?