Somebody Else's Kids - Chapters Twenty-six through Twenty-nine Summary & Analysis

Torey Hayden
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Chapters Twenty-six through Twenty-nine Summary and Analysis

Because Lori is officially still enrolled in Edna's class, she has the right to choose Lori's curriculum and now learns that Torey isn't teaching Lori the reading. She complains to Dan who calls Birk as head of the special education. In chapter twenty-seven, Birk arrives and hears the story from Edna then Torey, then asks Dan if there is a written protocol for the situation. He then asks for some time alone with Torey who fears being reprimanded but Birk, hearing her say that Lori will probably never be able to read, says he believes Torey's methods are reasonable. He does tell her that she should have come to him with the problem and urges her to trust in others to care for the children the same as she.

In chapter 28, Torey realizes that the...

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