I tried to find another post but didnt see one yet...
I seen this on yahoo when I got on the computer - I was drawn to it because it was basically saying how a mother was upset by how a teacher treated him.... and I thought Oh No what did this teacher do....... but after watching the video I think what the hell is the MOM thinking....
She is mad that the teacher pinned a note to her son so she could be sure that the mom would see it ( the teacher says she has tried to contact the mother several times because of her sons behavior in class, but the mom says she has never recieved anything - but by the way she is acting I of course believe she just ignored it ) ..... So she is mad that the teacher had the nerve to pin this note to her son so all of his other ( 7 or 8 year olds) classmates would make fun of him .... AND the mom wants an apology !!!
This boy was acting out in class... the teacher put a note on his clothes so his mom would have to see it ( I am pretty sure this is how they use to do it... I remember my grandma telling me about my dad coming home with a note pinned to his jacket) .... That wasnt hurting him and so what IF the kids were making fun of him for it - he was being bad, he gt in trouble, the kids should look down on him for being bad and maybe since he was embarrassed he wont act out anymore !!!!
Asked by Anonymous at 9:55 PM on Mar. 8, 2011 in Parenting Debate
Answer by Anonymous at 9:57 PM on Mar. 8, 2011
LOL I can remember having notes sent home like that all the time in grade school... not for being bad... but for any reason. Hey, that teacher got her attention now didn't she. When all else fails, you can always get the parents attention by pissing them off!! LOL
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