Monday, June 2, 2008 4:57:52 PM
Okay, first of all, yes, kids with disabilities are disruptive, but does that mean they have to be hauled to a special school and treated as if they had a contagious disease?! God, people, LISTEN TO YOURSELVES. Talking about a KINDERGARTENER like that!
And also, that little boy couldn't have been put into a special class because he had just been diagnosed. Up until then, they were probably convinced that he had ADD, or ADHD.
Anyways, that teacher needs to be FIRED. As soon as possible! Alienating a little boy like that! Can you imagine being stood up in front of your classmates and being told that you are annoying or dumb? I can hardly imagine how bad this boy must feel after this whole ordeal.
[[I`m sorry if I am being a bit... angry, but my little brother is disabled, and hearing people talk about kids like him really upsets me.]]
Monday, June 2, 2008 2:09:53 AM
it turns out the kid was NOT special needs in any way. he has neither aspergers nor adhd. he is just a naughty disruptive child having a negative effect on the ability of his peers to learn. his teacher had his peers explain to him what the effect of his bad behaviour was before voting to exclude him from the class for the day.
so it sounds like his attention grabbing mom tries to convince her naughty child that he has special needs to avoid her own responsibility for his bad behaviour - the result? one screwed up kid who according to his mom lays in bed saying "i'm not special, i`m not special" trying to come to terms with his mother`s abuse towards him in trying to treat him as though he is.
the child is reported to have further lied about his teacher`s actions, saying she physically abused him - something which the rest of the class have denied.
nasty mom makes nasty screwed up kid. hopefully more people in his life will tell him his behaviour is unacceptable.
Sunday, June 1, 2008 8:52:34 AM
I just had to register to reply to everyones posts.
I have lived my life among normal children, i have PDD-NOS, a disorder close to Asperger, just less heavy. I've been on a school with "same" children and it just made me feel worse about myself. In a class Normal children are children you look up to, and try to be like them. That`s better than any "special needs" class.
And in reply to woot45. Every person with Autistic disorders will not work in that way. If you`d tell me to stop being a moron i`d either ignore you, or kick you to death. That`s how these disorders work. Asperger is even worse, they live in their own world. Making friends is bloody hard. You calling a kid with asperger a moron is such bull. You should get your head to the fact that there`s not only normal people on this world. There`s also the people who need extra help or have NO idea that they do anything wrong, even when they`re told that they do something wrong they wont know. I`m done wi