|Homeschooling and ADHD: An interview with Dr. Steven Duvall||Vol. 53, Prg. 6–10|
June 14–18, 2004
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is a challenge for any student, whether he is homeschooled or attends a traditional school. But a new study shows that homeschooling can boost an ADHD child's academic success. Dr. Steven Duvall, director of the School Psychology Training Program at Fort Hays State University in Kansas, shares the results of his study on this week's Home School Heartbeat.
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Dr. Steven Duvall
Steven F. Duvall received his Ph.D. from the University of Kansas in developmental and child psychology. He is currently an assistant professor and director of the School Psychology Training Program at Fort Hays State University. Prior to his present position, Dr. Duvall served as a public school psychologist for 21 years. His research interests include homeschooling, reading achievement, and special education service delivery models.
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