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One Child Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9 Summary

Torey Hayden
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Chapter 9 Summary and Analysis

Sheila apologizes to the teacher whose room she destroyed and the teacher accepts her apology. However, Mr. Collins is not as easily pacified. He has had it with Sheila and with Torey. Torey and Mr. Collins have different value systems and cannot come to an agreement. Torey tries to tell Mr. Collins about Sheila's progress in her room, but he refuses to listen. Ed Somers tells Torey that there is pressure from the other parents and that Torey should not have gotten so involved with Sheila. Ed reminds Torey that Sheila is at the school only until she can be placed in the state hospital.

That night Torey sobs out her story to Chad. They do not come to any better resolution, but Torey does feel better. Ed Somers manages to temporarily assuage the situation by giving Mr. Collins another lunch aide solely for Torey's...

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