So my 12 yo daughter calls me all upset yesterday telling me her average is now a whopping 46 in Math. The teacher has indicated around 8 missing homeworks from Nov through December. Now, my mil passed away suddenly Dec 11th so 4 of those assignments were from that period. My daughter is holding firm that she stayed after and handed those assignments in. She asked the teacher if she could have misplaced them and the teacher apparently said "yes but that's not my problem". I sent the teacher an email asking for a conference to rectify the situation. Question is this .... do I support my daughter and fight this teacher who possibly lost the homework or just give in and make her do them again? Should the teacher be held accountable if it's true she lost the homework?
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