Doesn't that seem a little absurd?
A British Columbia father has sued his son's Grade 2 Montessori teacher claiming that she "purposely and maliciously worked to damage the self-esteem" of his son over such things as failing to encourage the child's spelling, not sending home a daily homework list and, in one case, displaying an unfinished poem in the school hallway.
- from the article
The paranoia of this country is absolutely astounding. I personally have never sued for my own (or my parents') fuck ups, but maybe I should have. When was it that we stopped parenting our kids and started blaming? Don't get me wrong, I've had some teachers that plain out sucked at teaching. I've had teachers that I absolutely couldn't pay attention to. Who hasn't?