What Your Child's Teacher Needs to Know

Explaining adoption to your child's teacher is your responsibility. Here, advice on what information to share.

By the time your child enters school, you have had enough experiences to know that not everyone understands adoption. When our children are young, they spend most of their time in public with us. If inappropriate comments are made, we either set protective boundaries or educate the person making the comments. But when children enter school, we can no longer be the buffer between them and those who are less than accepting of adoption. Naturally, we look to teachers to ...

Teachers are facing increasing demands in the classroom, so it’s up to you to take the necessary steps to make sure your child’s needs are met.


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