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I don't think the training should be voluntary for the teachers who work with him. That's crazy!! (and lazy!!) I hope that the upcoming days are much less stressful....enjoy your chocolates!
Ugh! I'm sorry.
I would have opted for the alcohol.
Love ya, Lindsay!
I agree with Tracy. The training shouldn't be optional. They should be required to have so many continuing ed hours for special education even if they aren't a special education teacher. You would think that a great teacher would want to take the time to learn how to deal with his individual needs better to have a more constructive flow for all her students. It would seem that if he is being disruptive somehow all of the students are affected. I have noticed though that some teachers just want to teach children the curriculum and other teacher truly want the children to learn it. Huge difference.
You're such an advocate for your boy. I'm sorry there have been so many frustrations that you've been dealing with.
Glad you had some chocolate therapy;)
Hugs to you!
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