When a brain senses danger, it kicks into fight, flight or freeze mode.
It sends signals to the body, pumps steroids into the muscles and adrenaline to the brain. It's geared for the way humans lived in much earlier times, said Beth Tomlinson, assistant director of education for the ... Read more »
Part of the reason that schools might not accept students like Ayden is the expense. "In general ... special education costs approximately two times as much as regular education," says Perry Zirkel, a national expert on special education law at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. "That's what's 'special' about special education."
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