i have a daughter that brings mom nothing but good grades, everytime we talk to her teacher she says nothing but good things about her. suddenly we get aapp. for tutoring that we don't fill out because she is doing so good in school. yesterday we get a letter from her teacher stating that if she don't get tutoring she will run the risk of being retained. this is the FIRST thing we have heard all school year about her not doing well in school. which has me and dh confused on how she can tell us great thing then suddenly change and says she is going to fail if we don't put her in tutoring. it really don't make since.
Answer by augboy11 at 7:34 PM on Jan. 30, 2011
Answer by Anna92464 at 9:27 AM on Jan. 28, 2011
Answer by boobarandbell at 9:29 AM on Jan. 28, 2011
Answer by sweetpotato418 at 9:48 AM on Jan. 28, 2011
Over here the worse your school does, the less funding you get. I think you should schedule a meeting to talk with the teacher. I honestly can't see a teacher fudging a students grades just to gain more money (if that is in fact the case where you live).
Answer by banana-bear at 9:50 AM on Jan. 28, 2011
Answer by Scuba at 10:35 AM on Jan. 28, 2011
Answer by tyfry7496 at 5:00 PM on Jan. 28, 2011
Where I live, the poorer performing schools seem to have NO MONEY. Those districts with higher performance are the well off districts with supplies, technology, programs, etc etc etc.
Answer by Anonymous at 6:41 PM on Jan. 29, 2011