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As you begin assessing two students in your class who are suspected of having learning disabilities, you find the parent interviews to be insightful. During the interview with Regina’s parents, you learn that Regina, who is extremely quiet and withdrawn in school, is very talkative and precocious when at home and with neighborhood friends. The interview with Michael’s father was also revealing. Each night and morning, Michael—who seemed to be shy and quiet but otherwise happy—has been having serious bouts of anxiety about going to school. In fact, it has been a struggle for his parents to get him to school each day. How will this information help in the assessment process? What would you do?

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