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Parent message:
03.30.03
22:11
child abuse in schools
Current message:
04.03.03
19:26
child abuse in the schools
Christina Mendez (christinagaxiola@hotmail.com)
My son is sever years old and is severely disabled with cerebal palsyl. I will NOT put my child in school because of the treat of child abuse. My son is a happy little boy with many cousins around him everyday. I'm very fortunate that I have family that helps with my sons caregiving. I find it absolutly ridiculous that public schools in the Los Angeles area will not let a parent or caregiver stay with the child at school... how can I be sure my son is being watched and cared for correctly when he can not speak up for himself. I do not trust the public school system and refuse to send my son to school. We have a teacher that comes into my home and plays and reads to him. Is there other people out there that feel the same as I do.
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