See what happens with your child in this teacher's classroom. Take appropriate action to get him out of there if you deem it not in his best educational and developmental interests. You can also go to the principal plead your case in a civil, calm manner. If you believe that you are being treated unfairly, politely inform the principal that you will be taking the matter to the superintendent of schools. If you believe that every administrator in the school is treating you in a demeaning, uncooperative manner, I would call your local PTI (Parent and Information Center) your local Office for Children, and your state's Department of Education. Also please read articles written on our website by our legal/education expert, Robert Crabtree -- he is a lawyer specializing in educational matters. Try not to lock horns with the school, but if they do not even want to give you the time of day, then you have to use whatever means you can to insure the best educational environment for your son. Thanks for writing.
Unhappy with Son's Teacher
Toddler and Teenager Expert Advice from Carleton Kendrick, Ed.M., LCSW