Presuming that your child is in a public school, the school is required by law to evaluate her if she has possible special needs such as a learning disability. If she is in a private school, then the town or city that you live in is still obliged to do the evaluation through their school department. Once she is evaluated the school department is then obligated to provide the appropriate special educational services that she needs. You must go to them and demand that she be evaluated. I would go directly to the principal of your daughter's school. If you do not get an appropriate response, then you should contact the school department. Most school departments have parent advocates or a parent resource office, and they should be able to help you navigate the system so that your daughter receives the educational services that she needs.
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