I would like to know your opinion on this, especially if you happens to be a teacher and one of your 8yo students show up at school with this t-shirt:
Is it a big deal?
Well my son went to school with that t-shirt today and to his teacher it was a big deal. The teacher made him turn the shirt backwards and wear it backwards the whole day because he didn't like the words on the shirt. My son came in from school pretty sad because all the other kids were laughing at him for wearing a shirt backwards.
I'm going to the school tomorrow. Not just because of this incident, but for many more. This teacher seems to like to ridicule and make fun of young children.
I had teachers like that when I was a kid, but that was 3 decades ago. Isn't that illegal nowadays?
Among the other things there one issue with lunch time. He's been making my son drink milk without chocolate because "that's the way it should be". Well, my son hates milk unless it has chocolate on it. What's wrong with that? It's my son's choice. How can a teacher force kids to eat something they don't like? WTF this guy thinks he is?
And the third issue has something to do with the Jewish. I'm not Jew, never even met one. To me, all races and/or places of origin and/or religions are irrelevant. I get along with everybody and that's what I teach my children. But lately, my son has been saying stuff like:
"Oh, tomorrow is a Jew Holiday... Those are not important and we have to go to school anyway. They are not real holidays."
I asked him where he learned that and he said his teacher told him. IMHO it sounds racist. To bad I don't know any Jew, I would love to hear a Jew's opinion on that one.