But why are special needs students in the main-stream classes? Every year my kids are in a class with students who have problems learning or "behaving" in class. Why aren't there any special education classes anymore? I have seen teachers crying because it is so hard to teach their classes because of that one student who can't keep still, who cries often (even though this is a fourth grade class), who can't really focus. My kids come home with headaches and bad grades because they are having a hard time concentrating. Wouldn't it be better for these special needs students to be in a class where the teacher can focus mainly on them? Where the teacher made a choice to teach special education instead of putting them with a teacher who didn't choose to teach special needs children? Maybe it is just me, this school, or my kids, but something about this is not working. I honestly do not mean to offend anyone by the way.
Asked by Anonymous at 10:12 PM on Jan. 14, 2009 in General Parenting
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