Would parents get as upset over other severe illnesses?
Posted Mar 12 2010 12:00am
This letter published by the Cape Cod Times in Massachusetts speaks to the need for understanding of the issues faced by school-going children with anaphylactic food allergies: As the mother of a child with a severe peanut allergy, I would like to comment on the recent article “Nut-free policy divides school. My husband and I have dealt with upset parents for the past six years. Teachers and children in my child’s classes have been wonderful, caring, and careful, for the most part. But for some reason, parents get so angry about the issue. – Read the rest of the letter here .