I'm straight and to the point with what I have to say. As someone once said, I'm economical with words and try to get the most out of what I say. Here's an example.
The mother of a one student who failed eighth grade says she got no warning her son was struggling. The school says she was notified, and other parents insist she did not do enough.
Tatianna Dennis' son, Tarrell, took his eighth grade photo complete with cap and gown, but the day before his grammar school's graduation, Tarrell learned he would not be marching down the aisle.
"I asked him why but he was so heartbroken, he couldn't really talk," said Tatianna Dennis.
Dennis says she had no idea her son was about to fail English; no written notices from Bradwell Elementary, she says, and no warning from his teacher.
Tarrell had failed English two times before, but Dennis thought he was doing better.
See this article? This isn't about a SCHOOL FAILING THE KIDS, this is about PARENTS FAILING THE KIDS. Just read it.