The results of the study proved that children who have ADHD show significantly

The results of the study proved that children who

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math and reading instruction, 92 of those children having ADHD and 63 children without ADHD. The results of the study proved that children who have ADHD show significantly lower rates of academic engagement and higher rates of off-task behaviors, which leads to the child performing poorly in their academics (Vile Junod et. all). According to the Journal of Pediatric Psychology, ADHD is associated with plunging grades, poor reading, significantly lower test scores, and higher retention rates compared to a child who does not have ADHD (Loe and Feldman). There are countless studies and articles that prove how much ADHD impacts a child on a daily basis, not only at home, but at school as well. It is important that the public, especially the parents and adults who are surrounded by children with ADHD, know how difficult having ADHD can be, especially when it comes to a child in a school setting, such as the classroom. According to the U.S. Department of Education, the behaviors that come along with having Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, make the children with the disorder more susceptible to suspensions and expulsions. These children who have ADHD, suffer from either inattentiveness, hyperactivity, or impulsivity, or maybe all three. The children who suffer from the disorder, have no control over their actions in certain cases, and cannot control their behaviors a lot of the time, causing them to make careless mistakes and to take unnecessary risks, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It is unfair that children who have ADHD are facing higher suspension rates and
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