l.eve
l.eve asks:
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Can I refuse my child being retained?

In Topics: School and Academics, Working with my child's teacher(s)
> 60 days ago

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Loddie1
Loddie1 , Parent writes:
Yes you can. You may want to investigate the reasons as to why retention was suggested. Usually a child can be brought on level or higher with some help through the summer. I would find your child's weak areas and work with he or she through the summer.
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JoeBruzzese
JoeBruzzese , Teacher, Parent writes:
Certainly! Perhaps the question to ask is, "How will retaining my child benefit him/her in the future?" With an answer from your child's teacher and principal you can better assess whether retention is an option for you and your child.

Joe Bruzzese
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canpanita
canpanita writes:
i believe the you are able to do that.
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