Smart in ways that the teacher never was

Dear Editor,
I too, am writing regarding Clearview School Boards reation to the child with autism.
Since he has clearly had this disability since he started school, why are they not up-to-date in helping him cope instead of frustrating him and then throwing up hands and banishing him.
Who made them god?
I have a nephew and when my sister went for a school interview, was told he might make a life if he built a cabin and lived out in the wilds away from people.
Well, he may have had a learning disability but was smart in ways that the teacher never was.
Now he works in a hush hush job in the government and goes places with is own security that he can’t even tell us about.
So much for what educators know.
Clara Sharpe
Munson, Ab.

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