Moved here the summer of 2006 ~ small consolidated school district and thought difficult child would do well (one class per grade and his class has 12 students). The beginning of 2nd grade (his first year here) we put a 504 plan into place that included Title 1 Reading, special accomodations in the classroom such as front row seating, a desk off to the side if he became too overstimulated, straws to chew if he became anxious, etc. In 3rd grade, we carried over the same 504 and his teacher also started doing oral math testing. She found his writing became very large and sloppy to the point of illegible when doing timed math tests. He could participate in class discussion but when it was time to put the same info on a worksheet, he just couldn't do it. Now that he's in a PMIC, he's attending public school in a much larger school & district (4 classes per grade, 23 students per class). He does not have a 504 plan in place at all. At PT Conferences, I was asking the teacher about oral testing and she told me there was no way she could do it. In my mind, I'm thinking, "I know you're feeding me a line". So after looking at his grades, I'm even more concerned. He's gone to U of I three times for evaluation testing (IQ, educational, motor skills, etc) and their report continues to state that he's at high risk for learning disabilities because of his superior scores and below average scores ~ there's too much space between them. In the past, he's had problems but they weren't so spread out. For example, in Math (several grades under one subject): A in Numbers & Operations A in Algebra Concepts A in Probability and Data Analysis ND in Problem Solving (which deals with- reading comprehension) ND in Addition Facts ND in Subtraction Facts ND in Multiplication Facts * ND stands for "Not Developed" and has a % of 0 - 69 (aka failing) Under Reading & Language Arts: A in Spelling (which is a strong point because it's the way he can look at something and put it together) B in Speaking C in Reading Comprehension (if he's having problems comprehending, this will affect everything else that deals with- reading and comprehending) C in Writing C in Vocabulary So what's the first step? I know his teacher isn't going to be of any assistance.