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Answered on 12th March 2010:
I feel like i know a little about what you are going through. It was MY 3rd grade teacher along with the principal who singled me out. My mom would go to the school and complain and the more she did it the more they picked on me. I started hiding things they did to me, so she wouldn't make it worse. This is what I would do though (I'm not sure it will help). If you really think your granddaughter will hurt herself get her a counselor. Also look into putting her into another school. In the scool district I am in they have school of choice, which means that you can request to go to a different school in the district. there are a set # of spaces in each school and it is first come first serve. I would not go to the school board unless you have proof, or at least a couple other parents with your same concern. Good luck!
Answered on 3rd March 2010:
It's always going to be your family verses his parents. The best thing I ever did was decline getting the house next to my in laws. The guy selling it was a real estate agent and the more we seemed interested in it the higher the price went (It increased over $15,000 in a couple of weeks). Try to stand your ground!
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