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Thread: My daughter and grandson on news!!!

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    So proud of them for taking a stand, please keep us up dated and i will keep them and my prayers.
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    Shame on that teacher.
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    So glad you posted I am so happy your daughter and grandson are standing up to them and by you posting it here it is another way to stand up for your grandson Many prayers will be said on there behalf

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    Maybe the teacher needs to go back to school. When a student has a problem with his studies, the teacher should be the first line of help with the student. My oldest son had several learning problmes, he was in a special class but was mainstreamed into a regular class. The teacher was making fun of him in that class since he did not have the right answer. When he came home he told us and we made a appointment to talk to the principal about the problem. He had the teacher meet with us, and the teacher was to spend extra time in the special class with the learning disabilites teacher. We never had an issue again with the teacher or our son. It seemed like the teacher needed some education too. Good luck, I hope the school does what is right.

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    Would be interested in how this was resolved.

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    I retired last May after 37 years in education, most of it in special education. The students I worked with had learning and behavior disorders. I gained a reputation as a problem teacher because I challenged the regular class teachers who would not make the required modifications. Many people get into teaching for the wrong reasons and don't have the understanding or patients needed to work with students who don't fit into the "box" that education expects students to fit into.

    I went through this with my younger daughter and she's already going through it with her 4 year old. He doesn't have ADHD, that I can tell, but he's very smart and is also bored with school. He knew all his letters and numbers 1-10 this time last year and he hasn't gone any further and this preschool/daycare. We're all suspecting he may have obsessive
    compulsive disorder because he gets pretty upset when things aren't in the routine he's used to. He's just like his mom was, very smart but learns in a different style.

    Personally, I'm glad I am out of education now.

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    I retired last May after 37 years in education, most of it in special education. The students I worked with had learning and behavior disorders. I gained a reputation as a problem teacher because I challenged the regular class teachers who would not make the required modifications. Many people get into teaching for the wrong reasons and don't have the understanding or patients needed to work with students who don't fit into the "box" that education expects students to fit into.

    I went through this with my younger daughter and she's already going through it with her 4 year old. He doesn't have ADHD, that I can tell, but he's very smart and is also bored with school. He knew all his letters and numbers 1-10 this time last year and he hasn't gone any further and this preschool/daycare. We're all suspecting he may have obsessive
    compulsive disorder because he gets pretty upset when things aren't in the routine he's used to. He's just like his mom was, very smart but learns in a different style.

    Personally, I'm glad I am out of education now.

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