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Teacher Asks Third Graders A Question, Their Response Will Devastate You
Does your child shares all his problems with you?
Kylie Schwartz, a teacher at Doull Elementary school in Colorado gave a task to all her students. She asked them to complete the sentence " I wish my teacher knew...."
All the students at her school expressed things that they possibly never shared with anyone before. They shared their struggles, dreams, and their secrets. Some of the responses are truly heart touching and will get tears in your eyes!
Kylie Schwartz's teaches students who are mostly from lower class families in Denver, Colorado.
She started a project "I wish My Teacher Knew" and carries it out every year.
She asked all her students about what they wish their teacher to know.
This simple task was meant for students to express themselves completely.
All the students were asked to respond with their names or anonymously.
Many of them expressed their problems.
Schwartz carried out this assignment among the students of third grade.
That is heartbreaking!
Some of them didn't even had basic stationery to finish their homework.
I wish I could help him.
A child expressed about the issues in his family.
Most of the students at the Doull Elementary school are Latino and depend on the subsidized lunch program.
Some expressed about their dream to go to the college.
The candid answer.
This child gets all the happiness by attending the class.
Their wishes will get tears in your eyes.
Another child shared how he misses his dad a lot.
They shared the struggles they face almost every day.
And about the things they hate!
We all understand how maths can go tough at times!
Oh kiddo! You have to deal with that I guess!
Awwie! You are a cute kid!
He just wants everyone to remember his birthday.
Schwartz posted the responses on Twitter with a hashtag #IWishMyTeacherKnew to encourage other teachers to start a similar project.
Their responses were really overwhelming!
Some of the less known stories were shared that certainly need some attention.
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