September 14, 2012 9:24 AM Subscribe
A school administrator just read me a letter listing what they say are my misdeeds and asked me to sign it. I do not agree with the contents of the letter, and I am scared that they are asking me to sign something that is factually incorrect and tht I do not understand. What should I do?
posted by ladypants to education (24 answers total) 8 users marked this as a favorite
When I asked for clarification, I was told that I was defensive in response to feedback and that that was one of the things I needed to address. The letter includes steps they would like me to take to address what they consider my misdeeds, but I am reluctant to sign something I do not understand. What should I do? Is this common procedure? Do I need a lawyer? If so, where do I find one? Is there someone I should talk to about this?