Anonymous asks:

Should I return my daughter to her dual immersion school?

I really enjoyed the fact that my daughter was learning to read and write in two languages. However, in the second grade, they started to cram a lot of prep for testing and she complained a lot about headaches, stomach aches, etc. She also suffers from allergies. He behavior became so different, she broke down after school a lot. She seemed exhausted. My gentle girl seemed to be taking out her frustrations on her little sister, who started acting out a bit too (little sis is in first grade now). I pulled them both out to homeschool them for this year only. My eldest says she loves homeschooling, but she seems a bit unmotivated at times and I'm wondering whether to send her back or not. Would she grow out of her anxiety, or is this just not a right fit and I should forget it? She is introverted and does not like being rushed. I'm not sure the other public schools will be that much better. They have even more children in each class, but the other public schools do not score low (therefore not under pressure to perform like the immersion school). Should I just place her there, I feel bad little sis missed out, but they have to stay together. She misses her friends but at this point, does not want to go back there. Any advice would be helpful. Thanks.
In Topics: Choosing a school
> 60 days ago



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