I used to have a different view on education than I do now. I started out in private school in California in my elementary years. It was a good school. My parents had a difficult time getting my teachers to understand my problems with eating sugary treats, but other than that, my experience was pretty … More I Protest to Your Protest
In the last parent/teacher conference with my son’s teacher, I was absolutely flabbergasted at what I was being told. Even if eliminating the bullying in the classroom was possible, we had other issues that needed immediate attention. His teacher betrayed my son’s trust. She called him a liar and frustrated him to the point of doing something … More Form 504 – The Last Straw
I was working on a new post about school lunches versus homemade lunches entitled “School Lunch Blues. Already?” when the situation hit the fan. My son was in trouble. Again. I finally had a teacher that contacted me before the first round of report card related conferences. It made me happy to know the communication … More The Bully – A Road to Homeschooling
It would be easier for me if I quit the committee. I have way too much going on in my life right now to bother with the petty stuff. I haven’t even had time to publish a couple of blog posts I’ve been planning for weeks. However, I can’t just quit and take away an opportunity for my son. I just won’t stand for any man telling me I’m just bitching when I bring up a legitimate question. I wasn’t wrong, and he knows it… … More Come to a meeting!