By maxthomkell - 25/05/2016 03:51 - United States
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If you really want the change you'll do it, but that really sucks. Best of luck OP!
I would also write a detailed essay including both the topic of harassment from mentioned ex, and why the teacher is clearly incapable of carrying out their duty of care all people in authoritative/care positions are responsible for for putting OP in this situation to start with... -_-
If you explain the situation and the teacher still doesn't make the change then go above them and go to an principal. There is no reason you should have to feel harassed in school
I don't know how the AP thing works, but if you can talk to him and explain your situation he might pull some strings.
AP just refers to Advanced Placement. You then have to take a test through the college board at your school for it at the end of the year. If you do well enough most colleges won't make you take the class again and will give you credit for the class. That is how AP classes work. There is no special treatment. The OP has a problem with the teacher and not the class.
Tell the teacher that your ex is bullying you and that if you write the essay you will also turn it in to the police. And that you will include a paragraph about how you went to the teacher, let her know you were being bullied and the teacher did nothing to prevent the bullying. Using the word "bullying" should get her attention.
"Harassment" and "enabling" might as well. Unfortunately the word "bullying" is still a shrug off kind of thing for a lot of people because it sounds like Billy is picking on Suzy and calling her names. I don't agree with it, but a lot of people still think that way.