I am a special education teacher. I have a mom who constantly feels the need to stay in my room for the entire time her son is in my room. I am a good teacher, my paras are wonderful. We have achieved amazing things with our students. However, this woman is driving me crazy. They are frequently late, disrupting class as they join us in the morning. Mom takes calls on her cell phone during class time. She also tries to get involved in the lessons of the other students, we do not want or need her assistance as she can barely read or write herself. She behaves as if she is my long lost buddy, trying to have conversations with me as I work with my students, I just want her out of my room. The principal will not back us, because she is afraid of the woman's advocate. Her son is an angel, but we cannot stand her. I repeat, we are good at what we do, her son is safe with us, but how do we get her out of our hair.
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