A lot of it is still being hammered out. Mostly it has to do with switching to a more positive reinforcement technique than punishment, which is what is happening now.
I don't mean letting him get away with things. Nobody wants that. I guess it's kind of a gradual reward system, which is what we've been doing at home.
Things have been getting a bit better at school since I set up a reward system at home but the bad thing about it is that we've had to stop doing a lot of the social things that it was recommended that we do.
I told them that I felt like I always had to chose between being a good parent and trying to help him emotionally and psychologically and making him a good student behaviorally and that I didn't like being there; that I didn't think it was fair to him. So we're working that out. You can't just throw a bunch of new stuff at Mo and expect anything good to come out of it so it will be a gradual process to determine what works.