School is demanding.
It demands your kids to work hard, focus, study, and execute a ton of detailed tasks - many that are (let's be honest) monotonous and complicated.
Unfortunately, students can't demand that the curriculum be meaningful to them, or that their teacher be engaging.
Beyond that, students who have ADHD/executive function challenges do not have the ability to manage the details, time, or their impulsivity so they can actually get stuff done.
They need lots of guidance, and to practice the mindsets and the systems they need to turn it all around. But they are not likely to ask for help.
This video is about the first step parents can take with resistant kids who have given up on school.
All my best,