I was in the bathroom today, and heard a teacher talking about a kid in her class. She said, "They (inflection on this word) decided he needed math in the resource room, and now he's behind in my room." This teacher attended the meeting, and I specifically asked her if she agreed with the decision, and she said she did. Mom is the one who wanted the child to have the extra time. In my opinion, he really does need it. Anyway, this actually made me sad. I get along very well with this teacher. I hate that she felt like "WE" decided this, and she didn't have a choice. I am not upset with the teacher at all, because we all vent, and I've said worse in venting sessions of my own. So, as a general ed teacher, do you really feel like you are an important part of the team who can truly voice your opinion?