A new school year is kicking off, offering a new start for thousands of school-age kids, but will this year be better than the last? Dr. Stephanie Northington, a clinical psychologist, works with children. She finds that a lot of times bad grades and bad classroom behavior are the result of attention problems – but not necessarily ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) or ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). She shares what you should watch for in your child, and how figuring out how your child learns best can make all the difference in creating a successful school year.
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