What services are available to children without a disability, but still have problems learning?
School districts provide a range of general education support services to address the learning and behavioral needs of school-age students. These supports may include remedial classes in small groups, Academic Intervention Services (AIS), speech improvement services, counseling, enrichment skill training classes, reading recovery programs, and occupational therapy and other related services. Any student who scores below the state minimum on a fourth- or eighth-grade test, or below the passing grade on any Regents examination required for graduation, has the right to receive AIS. The building administrator is usually responsible for the implementation of these programs and services.