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He doesn't seem to care too much about getting back to school, or much else for that matter.

(Context is that a boy hasn't been to school for a long period because of some psychological problems and his mom wants him back at school. It's the mom speaking.)

Is the sentence grammatical, natural and meaningful?

Does the sentence imply that the boy is about to go back to school and is indifferent to that or does it imply that he just doesn't care about the school and he seems unconcerned about being away from it?

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anonymousIs the sentence grammatical, natural and meaningful?

Yes.

anonymousDoes the sentence imply that the boy is about to go back to school and is indifferent to that or does it imply that he just doesn't care about the school and he seems unconcerned about being away from it?

Both interpretations are possible.

CJ