This is a quick post, because the last few days I have been talking to a number of people who have been frustrated by their child’s school. They haven’t been able to get the help or services their child needs – services they know their child needs.
This is not about blaming the school. There is little gained and no point to blaming teachers or administrators. What we as parents must learn to do is to work with not blame the school – even when we feel the school has let us down.
I discovered a great article on this very subject and want to make it available to you here. It is by Doug Goldberg of Special Education Advisor. I don’t want to try and say what he has already explained superbly.
I hope this helps ease everyone’s moments of frustration.