My son was accused of doing something (very minor) that I know he didn't do. When asked if he did it, he said "no." He was then punished for lying. He's pretty upset.
Essentially he was punished for being honest. I don't want him to learn that lesson, and am not sure what to do to fix it.
Have you dealt with this? Or are you a teacher that has had this situation? Is there anything I can say to the teacher that will help rather than offending?
Edited by rainytown - 12/9/13 at 12:02pm