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bad teachers and emotional abuse

Posted by crazycatlover , 20 May 2014 · 180 views

I've realized that our little girl is still upset about what our 4th and 5th grade teachers did to her. they never sexually abused her in any way but they made her feel very bad about herself and I think it might count as emotional abuse. Our 4th grade teacher liked to tell her she was "arguing" whenever she said her opinion. we remember that she often made her cry...... we even remember her telling her she was bad . she made her feel like she was really evil.....we know she sometimes did misbehave but I don't think she deserved to be yelled at as much as our fourth grade teacher yelled at her..... 5th grade wasn't as bad our main bad memories have to do with the missed assignments and money system. the missed assigment thing was basically whenever she didn't do her homework they marked it as a missed assignment and they threatened things like not letting her go on field trips if she got to many. one of our fifth grade teachers had this system where she gave the kids fake money when they did good things and took it away if they misbehaved. at the end of each quarter if they had money they could participate in an auction and get prizes. towards the end of the year she took all her money away and we don't think she even knew why....we don't remember if she did anything to deserve it but we suspect she didn't.....why did these teachers hate our little girl so much ? they are a big part of the reason she feels she is bad.....



Teachers picked on me and my sister too. I'm sorry it is such a struggle for her.

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