Our expert says:
I am furious on your behalf. This teacher should have acted more professionally ad it certainly sounds like he has a personal score to settle. Unfortunately there isn't much you can do to change the past, but try to see the lesson in what has happened. firstly you need to equip your child with the resources to cope with the situation. taking him to a psychologist is mandatory and urgent. Don't treat your son like a child. Speak to him as an adult and try get him to see that the outcome although not his fault, was in part a result of his actions. It is also a good idea for you to try and understand why he behaves as he does. this kind of behavior is largely attention seeking. He wants to be notices, acknowledged and heard. How much quality time do you spend with your son and how much time do you take to listen to him and take an interest in his daily activities? This is so crucially important. If he feels you are on his side it will be much easier - but at the same time make sure you are not condoning his unacceptable behavior.
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