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Thanks for the comments. I will try to remain patient. Hopefully the teacher will as well.
I can hear her and my son's frustration when they talk about school. She is frustrated he is at the level the other kids are, and he is frustrated he doesn't understand everything.
My biggest concern is 1- when Alex says he asks questions, the teacher says "you know that' 'I already told you that' etc - I plan to talk to her about this, as he can't learn if you don't answer his questions.
Also - there are several activities on his work plan (and have been there for weeks) that he hasn't been introduced to. I don't understand what that is accomplishing. Why would she continually put work that he can't do (until its introduced) on his work plan?
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