It is the parents or guardians responsibility to work with teachers and school administrators. It is participatory. True! Some parents do not know their right from their left. Parents, we can not treat our children as if they are the meager results of sexual gratification. What does that do to a child’s self-esteem?
Some parents can’t teach their own children—especially if they haven’t helped them on their educational journey. Now it’s the teacher’s responsibility to teach your children? Righty O. I don’t think so!
The school system is broke. I mean busted—cracked, shattered, and on its way to smithereens. Wait! I know parents who thought that buying their children the newest gadgets, gismos, and clothes, was the answer. If you knew better, would you do better? You need to know you failed to teach your children—took the easy way out—passed down your headaches or disciplinary problems to educators.
I honored a huge responsibility—the responsibility of teaching my own.
Parents should not drop the ball (their children) and just hand them over to the educational system. Do you really believe that teachers are in love with your children?
Love lost at home equals disciplinary problems for too many teachers. School teachers are not innocent either. They often create problems for their students by profiling them. I was an active parent problem, and I didn’t drop the ball. When it comes to mine, I was there—in it like a web. It is a catch-twenty-two.
I have no Respect for the Ingrates, but I still have a smile on my face because it takes a real woman to raise her own children—let alone some one else’s.
The matter is now straight!