I attempted to get an attorney on board who advertises in the beginning as the natural abilities obvious in my son were not being supported as he does need the help in the classrooms. It is so sad as the children then learn anyway, they learn to cope with the indifferance of adults. Learning lessons that are not what we are all hoping they will acquire in thier lives as school children from adults. Also I can not hire an attorney to travel to our area sight unseen. So I had been limping along with only those who I have talked with over the phone. And the many meetings with the 504 and befor the school dumped many IEP last year as the DOE said was needed. THe school is under restructuring at this time. Perhaps that also means that any more cuff they have legally will improve the conditions that follow. I hope so. I feel that the school district over the six years that my son with his specific needs has been neglected by non-compliance and the lack of using the plan or the lack of input by anyone who has found a tip that worked for him to achieve his academic abilities. The fact that districts do know when they have these individule children coming up through the system and are not preparing for them. The fact the school centers on "behavior" looking at the diagnosis while the learning disablility issues that are classic to adhd: finemotor(handwrittint) and focus to achieve completions attending to the details required in all the subjects using writting as not pursued meaningfully. At this point the school will not have the facts and they do not care. And it is sad that to this day the diagnosis and not the ability that students do have are the focal points. I know I was not prepared to engage in an adversarial judicial process over a student who is doing their part. I hope that someone can help with this and wanting more details information from me into cyber space is not what I am comfortable offering. Thanks.