Having read her page, she offers a lot of solid advice to parents of children regarding their emotional well-being, growth and therapeutic methods. I don't necessarily think that she *will* have an answer, but given the opportunity to ask a question, I felt it prudent to ask the question that - if answered - would be most likely to improve his life the most. For the most part, he's only in school to continue improving his socialization, we do a lot of at home learning with books and explanations, questions and field trips so he gets real world association with what he's learning. But I want to make sure that I'm providing the best to him that I can. When we were awarded custody from his mother, the judge said that he had the "worst behavior [she'd] seen in [her] 20 years on the bench" and our primary focus with the schools and therapists has been resolving that, and he's made astounding progress (from a violent outburst 3-4 times per day, lasting hours per episode) to once a week or less for less than an hour, in 9 months. But during that same time period, his typical education has not progressed as much and we know he's often bored, and we want to make sure that we're working hard to help him there, too.