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


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myknicks April 12, 2011

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Talk with the child to find out what is going on. Then setup a conference with the teacher, student & parent. If the situation is not resolved include the principal in the next conference.


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myknicks April 12, 2011

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Talk with the child to find out what is going on. Then setup a conference with the teacher, student & parent. If the situation is not resolved include the principal in the next conference.


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myknicks April 12, 2011

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Talk with the child to find out what is going on. Then setup a conference with the teacher, student & parent. If the situation is not resolved include the principal in the next conference.


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myknicks April 12, 2011

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Talk with the child to find out what is going on. Then setup a conference with the teacher, student & parent. If the situation is not resolved include the principal in the next conference.


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myknicks April 12, 2011

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Setup a conference with the teacher, student & parent to find out what is going on. If the situation is not resolved include the principal in the next conference.


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WILDCAT111 April 10, 2011

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Teachers arn't unfair.

they are jsut letting the Student know the real world


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strictmom March 17, 2011

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The first step is to ask the child questions no matter how old they are. The next step is a conference with the teacher to be followed up with a conference with the student and teacher. If there is no resolution, include the principal.


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strictmom March 17, 2011

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The first step is to ask the child questions no matter how old they are. The next step is a conference with the teacher to be followed up with a conference with the student and teacher. If there is no resolution, include the principal.


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blacamethyst March 14, 2011

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Parent, teacher and Princpal conference would be your first course of action...as stated before let them know you are an active parent in the school and request to be contact for issues with your child.If things don't work out request for a transfer.


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greg_kulosa March 7, 2011

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I encourage our son to talk with the teacher directly. Now that he is in High School, we figure that we should not be fighting his battles for him. It's good practice for him later when he will have to relate to bosses, etc.




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