This is the third in our series of transcripts showing what goes on during a MCPS hearing on special education services for public school children. [Update: In this transcript the child's attorney is questioning the parent in response to the document introduced by the Board of Education's attorney regarding 1 cob web and 1 scuff mark in the child's home.]
Apparently, the Montgomery County Board of Education considers ONE COBWEB in your home to be a sign of an unclean home. Scuff marks? Let's hope there are none in your home! We all know how dangerous scuff marks are to the health of a child! (We are sure that a major lab is working on a "scuff mark" vaccine for infants.)
Everyone that can certify under oath that as of today there are no cobwebs in your home or apartment, please comment below. Remember, you are swearing under oath, and if one cobweb is found it is evidence of your parenting.
Reminder: Taxpayers are paying $6,000 a day for these hearings. Every additional inane question by the Board attorney adds on to the bill that we pay the outside attorney. It's your money. This is how the Board of Education chooses to spend it.
Mr. Eig = child's attorney
C = child
M = mother