posted on Jun, 14 2012 @ 08:02 AM
I think the kids could have asked for clarification for their parents (using an in school language teacher if need be) since they would be more aware
of what they could or could not understand. I can almost see the kids purposefully not doing that as to keep their own part in it as murky as
The school did the minimum, but the children were more than able to clarify.
But hey... I am only guessing and I would have done the exact same thing were it me 30 years ago.
There has to be some effort on the parents to work on communicating in a language that the country they are living in uses. Any country. I can
understand the need for help, but if you are planning on staying here long enough to raise your children, then it only makes sense IMO.
Like you though, legal action seems a bit over the top for a failure in communication. It seems that no matter what language we speak, we are a damned
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