When I was younger in first through sixth grade my education got taken away from me because of the school system. We would have to take standardized test and I would always fall behind because I don’t test well. In the school that I went to when you don’t met a certain standard you have to be pulled out of class and go in a little room to get “help”, they really just told me all the answers and then we would just color. When I was little I didn’t think anything of it I thought I was lucky because I didn’t have to do anything. It wasn’t until I was in high school when I realized that was the worst thing you can do to a little kid in school to this day I don’t know how to spell because of them and I can’t do any math in my head when I was older I was expected to know so much that everyone else found easy but I had no idea what they were even talking about.
Seventh and eighth grade I was in a class called read 180 which is for special ED kids so I don’t know why I was in this class because I was clearly not special ED. While in this class we would listen to books instead of read them which I really didn’t mind because I hate reading I feel like it is a waste of time but it could also help you in school understand assignments so I can never take the time to read everything myself because I was always just told what I need to know I never had to fi...
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...d for being inappropriate with the girl students he would always ask them to stay after school to discuss something they missed in class and he would try to touch them in inappropriate places. Then again having a man teacher as a girl is always hard because you never know if you can trust them. Almost every man teacher I have ever had has been sexist they would always favor the guys in class, they would call on a guy before a girl if they both had their hand raised. I’ve also had raciest teachers my teacher was a black lady and she would never help the white students she was like best friends with the black kids and when they raised their hand she would say yes baby what you need and stuff like that but if I white kid raised their hand she would say what with an attitude every time. No matter what you do to prevent it there is always something wrong with the school.
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