"My son is not lazy he consistently feels defeated and needs teacher support to learn and retain the information. Unfortunately, teachers don't want to take the time to re-teach him what he needs to know and willingly allow him to fail. Some students are motivated by bad grades and others are motivated to just get out of the situation. My son just wants out of high school so he can move on with his life. It's like how a trapped animal will chew off it's own limb just to escape the trap. It is sad to watch how teachers see my son in a trap but refuse to help him out instead they just watch him chew his own limb off and marvel at how much emotional pain he struggles with wondering why he's so lazy. I say the teachers are lazy for NOT wanting to help a failing student!"
"Oh by the way, helping a failing student is taking the time to re-teach him the information he is missing in different ways so that he understands this information- this is why it is stated this way in his IEP. NOT sitting down with him and re-teaching him information he doesn't understand means the school is out of compliance with his IEP. Blaming my son for his failing grades is wrong since the teachers have not been complying with his IEP for years. I understand why he just wants to get out of high school- I'm exhausted fighting for his educational rights too."