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


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mj2010 June 13, 2010

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Yes they should...parents can sense good teachers and staff are simply trying to fill classes. Christian teachers are needed in public schools.


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DoubleGs June 7, 2010

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yup! I really which style of learning my child will benefit from the most - and that's what my child is there to do -- LEARN!


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TOParent June 2, 2010

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I think that parents should have at least some say or input,if I feel that my daughter would feel more comfortable with a female teacher then I will definitely push for them to be taught by a female teacher,I think in the end it is up to the school


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VAcitizen June 2, 2010

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Not the final say, but definitely give appropriate input and have dialogues with school & teachers to find the best fit. It worked for my child most of the time.

If every parent has a last say, it will become a administrative nightmare.


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caleb0045 June 1, 2010

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not realy what if your child dont want the teacher plus why should we say what teacher we want


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LauraAPerez May 18, 2010

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Well, I think yes, then I think no. Yes because the students get nice, sweet teachers if you choose them. No because then everyone would like that one teacher and having other teachers would be pointless and make them feel bad.


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jswinson May 18, 2010

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In primary school..YES! Students spend a great deal of their lives with their teachers. Parents should meet,observe,and get to know the person who will have a hand in raising their children.


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thewaynebass May 18, 2010

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AMEN!


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ImTheMom May 18, 2010

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Not in public school!


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MackMom May 17, 2010

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As parents, having input to give and insights to share are very important, but we often spend fewer waking hours with our children than their teachers do. The observations made at school are invaluable to good class placement.




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