Depending on teacher and thier feelings of what your child can accomplish. Activities are limited to what teachers can provide. Lack of funding puts teachers at a disadvantage when trying to create a learning environment. Vocantional skills are pushed more then the academics are. They try to stop behaviors but forget to give them appropriate ones to replace that which is to stop. Lack of strong programing and supervision of teachers on a daily basis. teachers create their own criterion with minimal review by administration. teachers lack support from superiors. Area of school is questionable.
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