what is considered teacher abuse?

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Answered: Abusive Soilders

Put a recording device on your phone and record every call. Delete the ones that are not from him. From there bring these recordings to the police and get a restraining order. Even if he comes up to you and does nothing, he will still be breaking the law and either have to go to jail or court ...

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Answered: Should Parents Decide on Teachers' Bonus?

No. I wouldn't want my pay check left to others. Many don't know whats involved and what it's worth.

Answered: No more teachers!

Because the government, republicans and Democrats both, feel schools and education aren't as important as big businesses making huge profite so they're cutting support from schools right and left. Plus, teachers, who have one of the most important jobs in the world, have never been appreciated or ...

Answered: Kindergarten teachers from willow road elementary school in Franklin

Why are you concerned with teachers who taught 54 years ago?
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My daughter is divorced. When her sons were about ...

Continue to support him, stay in touch with him. He is an adult. Not much you can do except be there for him.

Sexual abuse on a child

Some states have 10 or more years for the Statute of Limitations AFTER the abused child turns 18 or whatever the age of majority is in your area. For example, even if the abuse happened when you were 5 or 6, if you have a delayed outcry and speak up at 18 (if that's the age of majority in your area ...

Abuse

You can try SMART Recovery. It's a free self-help addiction support group, throughout the US. It is based on a non-12-step, self-empowering approach. You can find out more about it at www.smartrecovery.org. - Julie Myers, PsyD, MAC www.DrJulieMyers.com

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