Behavior: BEHAVIORAL AND CONFIDENTIALITY ISSUES

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Amanda: My child, has behavioral and social disorders. While at school, he had a meltdown and was sent to in school suspension, there the teacher video taped his meltdown on his cell phone. Now, it is said by a fellow family member whom also attends the school, that the staff was laughing about the behavior recorded as they pass thru the halls. The laughter is not my highest concern, my child has a no photo or record affidavit on file. Now, i dont know how to handle the situation. help?!

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Amanda, the teacher who videotaped your child without permission crossed the line. That gives you a huge bargaining advantage. Whatever requests you may have been asking for, and not getting — now is the time to press your advantage. Come up with a succinct list of changes you want (e.g. change of teacher, move to different school, removal of abusive para from child’s classroom — whatever it is that you need). Request an appointment with a top administrator to discuss your “concerns about the recent videotaping incident” and bring your succinct list with you to that meeting. Right now, they will be afraid of you. Be polite and gracious, but press your advantage.

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