best academic school in Mississauga. difference between Montessori and Academic etc.
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My child has Aperger's, and is very discouraged with school. He didn't do well in grade 10, self-esteem is low and now wants to quit altogether. He gets easily frustrated when pressured especially with exams. What can I do to encourage him?