The child they describe at school is not what my grandson is like at home at all. They describe him and being defiant and a behavioral problem. I went to school and spent 4 hours with him and still did not see the big behavioral problem that they see. How can a child be so different at home than at school? My daughters, I have 3, all were better at school than at home. More respectful to teachers than me etc. My grandson is the opposite. He is sweet and his behavior is easy to control at home but the teachers say he does not respect them or behave for them. That he just looks at them and does exactly what they tell him not to do. How can that be? What can I do?
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