About the rights of children and teachers in the nineties
During the discussion in a friendly magazine, I remembered.
I was 19 years old, I was pregnant, I worked at school. In the summer it was necessary to work 1 month in the city camp. 1993 is not an easy time, and sometimes even fruits were given for lunch here. Quarter orange. Both teachers and children. For lunch.
I thought it was impossible for pregnant women to eat oranges, so I carefully wrapped my quarter in a piece of paper and took it home to my husband.
The day after the oranges came the battle grandmother. For a hand with a grandson. And to the director immediately. And they called me. On the carpet.
"Your teachers are home to wear oranges!"
(It seems there still the word "boxes" sounded, but I do not remember. I remember that I was sick of fear)
I don't know what the director could do now (what he would have the right to do). And then he told his grandmother: "Leave now. And no longer bring your grandson here."
Grandma tried to say something, but he did not listen to her. And true. More than that child in the camp did not bring.
Conclusions will not be.