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What’s the deal with parental involvement laws?

If you’re anything like me you probably put off things you don’t want to do for a long time. Especially those things that I really don’t want to do, like my math homework. I doubt that there was one day this year that I actually had my math homework done at home, I always ended up doing that morning before school or even right before class started. This type of procrastination gets even worse when it comes to things that I know I could get in trouble for. There was this teacher I had a few years ago and anytime you didn’t do well on one of her tests she would require that you have your parents sign the test within a week, to show that they saw your grade, and if you didn’t have them sign it she would call them just to make sure that they knew what grade you got. If that ever happened to me, I would always put off showing it to my parents for as long as possible so I would usually show it to them on the 6th day. Even though I knew their reaction wouldn’t be any different about it


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