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Why should I give teachers the benefit of doubt on excusing them for children failure?


Are we letting the teachers putting the blame on bad parenting so they are not responsible for the children's education.

 

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    Lori A Brown (Mslabrown48) 3 years ago

    To respond to your answer to my question. Do you have children? How was your educational process?


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    Lori A Brown (Mslabrown48) 3 years ago

    Okay, yes but I have a student who is a LDS and a majority of his classes are co taught and I have on numerous occasions offer help with getting assistance with technology and my time to request that they send me something as what he's expected and m


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    Lori A Brown (Mslabrown48) 3 years ago

    Thank you for your comment DaisysJourney. I have been trying to get services for my son for a number of years prior to him entering middle school. He has been in positions where he was made to feel like a outsider and yes he did feel left out of the


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