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Have you ever had a problem with your child's teacher?


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maritzamarquez April 16, 2010

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I live in Puerto Rico and my child has attended school in the states before ( all English), now his English teacher here gives him a hard time.


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catluvr April 14, 2010

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Of course. Sometimes it seems like teachers favor certain students, especially if they've had siblings in their classes before.


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dvine0722 April 14, 2010

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my son's guidance counselor n the principal assume something is wrong @ home if he's misbehaving in class. I told them it's the other way around.


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alicia1947 April 14, 2010

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Yes, there are two new teachers in my grandson 5th grade class and they both are very young and inexperienced.
Grandson is not prepared to take NYS te


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justamom2two April 14, 2010

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yes....she teaches too fast and doesn't provide help to those students who need extra help. She doesn't seem to like children. and has none.


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limerickmom April 14, 2010

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Yes. My son spent the first 5 years of education in Spain so his english,(spelling and grammer) is not as good as others his age, so he gets demerrits


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momoflittlemen April 13, 2010

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my child's teacher has a problem letting him go to the restroom during class time.He has done this once during the year and it was an issue for her.


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noemio April 12, 2010

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No, my oldest son is berly going to start kinder. I'm kind of nervous as to what school to send him too.


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tjlove April 12, 2010

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Luckily, my daughter's preschool teachers are great- very open and communicative. Hopefully we'll be as lucky in kindergarten.


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kidkare April 12, 2010

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Yes, my daughter's 5th gr teacher was not teaching the kids what they needed to be tought,But her friend's mom is now homeschooling her.




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