Teacher Herbert McArthur, Jr. gives a little extra encouragement to a student during a special summer camp for children with ADHD run by Floriday International University.At FIU, researchers have been working with Miami-Dade County Schools to come up with the best ways to accomodate students with ADHD in the classroom.
Teacher Herbert McArthur, Jr. gives a little extra encouragement to a student during a special summer camp for children with ADHD run by Floriday International University.At FIU, researchers have been working with Miami-Dade County Schools to come up with the best ways to accomodate students with ADHD in the classroom. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Teacher Herbert McArthur, Jr. gives a little extra encouragement to a student during a special summer camp for children with ADHD run by Floriday International University.At FIU, researchers have been working with Miami-Dade County Schools to come up with the best ways to accomodate students with ADHD in the classroom. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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