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Should parents have the final say on which teacher their child gets?


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99parent August 31, 2010

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I think that if the parent knows about the teacher... then yes!!! I know I ask for my son teacher and I'm very happy to be abble to do that because thanks to that my son is on ADVANCE thanks to the fact that my son has had the best teachers...


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shaquille123 August 30, 2010

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yes i think parents should know what teacher there child in im a student in fifth grade and my report card suppose to show what class and teacher im in


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mimimay August 18, 2010

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YES,if you know the teacher is no good and you hear other parents giving negative feedback about that teacher then yes. We all want a happy child to learn.


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tj562004 August 16, 2010

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NO. UNLESS THE PARENTS PLAN ON PAYING A CERTAIN TEACHER THEY WANT MORE MONEY.


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proudmom6 August 16, 2010

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i think that the parents should have alot of say in there childs school, whether its teacher or what is it, make them comfortable!!!! It might be the teachers school, but its your child!!!!


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bariherman76 August 11, 2010

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yes i agree you want your child to feel comfortable in class with what they learn


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jenniebanks August 10, 2010

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i strongly agree! different teachers do well with different behaviors.


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mommywonder August 9, 2010

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Yes - Definately. Especially if the teacher is known to be an issue in past years.


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richardhughes August 2, 2010

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By "final say," meaning, when all is said and done and in the best interest of the student, most reasonable administrators would agree that parents should have the final say on which teacher their child gets.


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behop31 July 29, 2010

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It is important for parents to know their child's teachers, and within reason parents should have the "final say" but we have to be realistic here: give the teacher a chance. Might be the best decision you make.




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