ellicottvil... asks:

when a teacher does not help a child and the child feels like she does not belong at the school

I have a daughter that misses alot of school due to illnesses and when she returns to school the teachers refuse to help her. Have talked to the school on this matter and was told told the teacher does not have to help a child.And whn meeting with the officals at the school  was not called by my frist or last but called you people .I feel she is being bullyed by the teachers there as other children have also been treated the same way.  
In Topics: Bullying and teasing
> 60 days ago



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What the Expert Says:

If you feel that your school is not being cooperative, you may want to consider the following options:
1. Put your concerns in writing, prioritize and document your main concerns.  Specific but concise written communication, along with your desired outcomes will be very important.  
2. Provide this document to the school.
3. School districts have superintendents and boards of education that assist in making decisions regarding issues that are not resolved within a school; as a result parents can contact them with all unresolved issues.
4. If you have worked with everyone within the schooldistrict and feel that there is still no resolution, you can contact your state's Dept of Education.

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Acidburn writes:
it is time to think about homeschooling your daughter.  Any attempt to make her go to school will only hurt her more.  This is coming from a mom who was bullied at school by students and teachers.
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