“Complain at school and get a knock on the door”

“Complain at school and get a knock on the door” is how a New York Daily News article (Parents say administrators are siccing ACS on them to retaliate for complaints) about parents claiming that if they make a complaint about their school, then the school reports them to child welfare investigators.

Of course, there’s no way at this point to know for sure who’s telling the truth, but there does appear to be quite a few of these parent complaints. If there is validity to their concerns, it’s certainly not a good way to encourage parent engagement, to say the least.

Thanks to Ken Libby for the tip.

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  1. I fell victim to a CPS or ACS call in the middle of a resolution meeting. Principal Excused himself and made a CPS call in the middle of a resolution meeting over my not returning my 5 year old to a calss rom where he was being abused. Reading riting and rit was an article about my family that hit the times Union paper

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