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


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Samanta10 June 30, 2011

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Well, I do talk to the teacher and explained what the situation is and then look for something can resolve the problem....


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kskksk June 16, 2011

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I would not assume the teacher is unfair. With diverse students in all the classes some kids have different needs and you can't really treat them all the same. Not all kids are the same so you can't treat them all the same.


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betteredu June 5, 2011

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Transparency is the most important thing to achieve. Do not talk to other parents first, but go and talk to the teacher directly. The next step is talks with both student, parent(s) and teacher together. And principals also have a job to do..


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TeacherParent May 31, 2011

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It's not a question with an easy answer. You can always speak with a teacher and hope for the better. Overall, it's sadly good to remember that school was not really intended to be fair. School is a judgmental process first and 'fair' is relative.


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masamasacolt May 29, 2011

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FranklyspaekingIcan'tbeliveit!It's not general common, because the teacher must watch,talk with and have a good communicate with all studets even !! Sometimes,need to scold when the students act prank!


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pillamichelle April 17, 2011

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Teachers in Wisconsin are overpaid premadonnas! Governor Walker is doing the right thing by cutting back on their benefits! They don't earn or deserve a free ride!!


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pillamichelle April 17, 2011

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I discuss my concerns with the teacher! Unfortunately it doesn't do much good. The parent is put on the school list and labeled a "difficult parent" for being an advocate for their child!!


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pillamichelle April 17, 2011

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Yes, Wildcat!! Teachers ARE unfair!! They label children and can't be bothered if a child needs extra help! They are there to pick up their paycheck and that's it!!


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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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