My childs teacher told me that she dislikes and even hates teaching my child because they are too slow for her class. My child is not special needs or anything the child just tacks their time to soak in everything being taught. She basically said that if there was another teacher teaching her subject at that time she would transfer this child. Everyday she sends home a daily behaviour card and she only puts the negative on there and she doesnt put anything on somedays at all. On top of that the child recieved a 100% on a test that she said he should have never passed and then pulled this child in front of the classmates and accused this child of cheating! I am calling the school tomorrow to speak with the principle but I do not know what else I can do.
Asked by Anonymous at 8:23 PM on Oct. 13, 2010 in Tweens (9-12)
Go first to the principal, then find someone who can corroborate your story. If you can't get some relief from the principal, go to your board of education in your district and then follow the channels necessary to make sure this individual is reprimanded. DO NOT confront her directly, if you lose your cool you can be charged with assault. Go through the system first.
I am so sorry to hear about your experience. She should have been trained to deal with all learners. If this truly happened the way you said it did, the state should know about this and a mark should go against her license.
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I always give teachers the benefit of the doubt because one of my biggest pet peeves are parent's who don't trust the teachers and jump on then for ridiculous things, but if the teacher told you what you just wrote word for word, as in, you aren't reading between the lines here, she actually said what you said she said, not that you interpreted it that way, you need to raise hell and get your child out of that class immediately.
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