Tennessee educators don't receive specific training on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, but some have discovered their own solutions to help the one in 10 students statewide who have the disorder. Children with ADHD get "wiggle cushions" in one district, allowing them to fidget without bothering other students. Another school gives them more time on tests. Educators and other experts say the key is determining what works for each student and keeping them organized and focused.

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