I am religious and I teach my daughter about Jesus and pretty much tell her what her teacher told them. But is it appropriate for a teacher to say sth like that? I mean, there are parents who don't want their kids to be religious. Shouldn't the teacher/school respect that?Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 3:43 PM on Dec. 6, 2009 in School-Age Kids (5-8)
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If the teacher brought it up then she was out of line. You're right she needs to respect each parent's right to raise their children.
However, as a teacher, I have to say that around the holidays class discussions often go in that directions. Students share religious views all the time. When my kids bring it up I never disagree with them or say they are wrong. If the another student brought it up and the teacher supported that student I wouldn't have an issue with it.
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