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Response to UglyGreed (Original post)

Sun Nov 16, 2014, 01:52 PM

1. Hindsight - accept the simplifying version of help.

And get him on a list for vocational school as soon as it's possible. This has made a difference for both my kids (son-28, machine tech, and daughter-26 ag/animal science) in their long-term employment. There is hope after k-12. And try to develop, or at least not to kill, a love of reading, that will support his real education for the rest of his life.

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