unfortunately my daughter is very sad and ,no more interest to go to school.principle told me this classroom is advance and she is basic .but she kept few student ,they have the same grad as my daughter. again she only moved out my daughter. which is her previous teacher made decision she can go to that classroom.I don't know what should i do .almost every single day for a week i went to my daughter's school and talk to principle. my daughter is steers out and start to back answer to me ,some night she is crying very loud (middle of the night). i am afraid she is getting depression hope i could explain you.please help my daughter.
I am sorry that your daughter is taking this change so hard, and I urge you to work with her to help her develop the skills for dealing comfortably with changes in her circumstances. This is not the kind of action by school administrators for which you have a right to review by the legal system. You can complain to the school, make pleas and arguments and entreaties to the school. But ultimately, unless you can persuade the school to reverse the classroom assignment, you will need to acquiesce in the school's administrative action.
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