Teens With ADHD Benefiting From Online EducationBy PR Newswire,
Publication Date: April 5, 2010
Article discusses benefits to students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) of enrollment in an online public high school. A source is cited reporting a 35 percent dropout rate among high school students with ADHD. Insight Schools, a national network of accredited, diploma granting, tuition-free online public high schools, reports that many of its students diagnosed with the disorder are thriving in its learning environment, where they are able to work at their own pace, overcome distractions, and receive more individual attention from instructors. Support includes around the clock, on demand academic and technical help, which can benefit students with ADHD who often experience sleep problems. Insight’s personalized program with multiple academic paths includes 120 high school level courses. More information about Insight Schools can be found at http://www.insightschools.net/.
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