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What do you do if you think your child's teacher is being unfair?


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lilmomma3 April 16, 2013

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Report That Teacher To First The Principal Then To The Board Of Education .If The Principal Doesn't Do Anything.


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ReneeCarlson41 December 19, 2012

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ALWAYS have your entire conversation in written form. Paper-trails are so valuable if you need to prove a case later. I will say to always be kind. Don't back the teacher into a corner. My son has ADHD, so I'm an experienced parent on this! LOL!


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kshRox01 October 29, 2012

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Contact the teacher directly and ask if there is a problem. It has been my experience most teachers are approachable and there are always 2 sides to an issue. If that does not work ask to bring in a counselor and/or the principal to clear the air.


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Bernymam2five August 4, 2012

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Tell them vocaly or written! And explain how and why ! both you and your child feel this way. Give them the chance to rectify the injustice .


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teekan July 16, 2012

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if you can't talk to the prinicpal go to the superindent of schools and they will get to the problem


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Mike1981 June 18, 2012

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Unfair treatment, either positive or negative is wrong. It's also part of life, so if your child's teacher is a human, it is probably occuring. Before you cast stones, determine if the problem is the teacher, the student, or you, the parent.


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thelmapate June 2, 2012

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Make sure that is really the case.


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12watchful February 10, 2012

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I think it is important for schools to audit teachers email accounts so that they don't say vulgar things about students. It does happen.


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325316 January 7, 2012

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communication is the key to good relationships...visibility of parents at school and hands on with child all work together...if it continues then address it boldly...seek help


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marixjayyy December 8, 2011

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Talk to the teacher, possibly and probably file a complaint.




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