It is not uncommon for children diagnosed with a learning difficulty to have a higher than average intelligence. Has his current teacher commented on his level of concentration? I wonder how long your son has been in the remedial school. Many remedial schools aim to give children the coping skills they need in order to return to a mainstream school. There is no form of education between remedial and mainstream, however, there are different forms of remedial schools: some cater for children who struggle more with academic skills, while others cater more for those who have behavioural difficulties (lack of concentration falls in here). By obtaining an extensive report from his teacher, together with your own observations of his behaviour at home as well as a report from the specialist who is monitoring his medication levels, it may be easier to make a decision of what type of school will be best for your son next year.
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