she wanted to use it instead to buy popcorn
but more significantly: the student NEVER told the teacher she needed to use the bathroom
now, explain why the teacher is held at fault by the likes of you when the student never notified the teacher she needed to access the bathroom
By the way, why would it matter if she told the teacher or not. If it is understood in her class that she is not allowed to use the bathroom, needed or not, unless she buys the privledge, she wouldn't ask.
I know that from experience from my 2nd grade class.
the student NEVER notified the teacher of her need to use the bathroom
had the student done so and been denied, your argument would have basis
but since no such notification of need was made by the student to the teacher, all we are left with is a dumb student rather than a mean teacher
It seems like there would be a better use of parenting resources than going after the teacher in this situation. Perhaps a more collaborative approach to work with the teacher would yield better results?
I also said, numerous times, that when a student claims it is an imminent release, the teacher needs to allow the student to go to the restroom. As such, those investigating the case looked at whether or not the emergency trigger remained. It did.
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I am surprised conservatives don't support this. I mean if parents won't teach kids responsibility it has to fall to someone. I say give that teacher a raise!
It isn't like all of the students would be disruptive about this in most classrooms (unless a teacher was absolutely so unlucky or unliked that she/he ended up with every single disruptive student in that grade in their classroom). Most teachers only have, at most a few potentially disruptive students at all.
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