Some back story, S is in Special Education 3x a week to work on handwriting. He's not in official Occupational Therapist (OT), they strictly focus on handwriting. So lately, I notice that his teacher has been writing things like "too messy" and "can't read" on his papers. On his report card for his study skills "grade" she gave him an S (satisfactory) instead of an M (mastery) with a comments that said "Difficulty working neatly" and "Difficulty showing organizational skills". Now, CLEARLY there is room for improvement with S's work, it is messy, it is very hard to read, but I kind of feel like since he's in Special Education to address this, she doesn't need to be making comments on his papers or marking off his study skills grade. Granted, he's in 2nd grade, its not the end of the world. But I just find it rude. It is like telling a child with a stutter "I can't understand you". You know? The ONLY thing I can think of is maybe she is trying to help build a case to get him more support, but if that is the case, i think she should have warned me. So, basically, I am having a hard time figuring out how to approach her without sounding accusatory, because honestly the only words that come to my mind about it right now would be starred out here I know that's not the way to approach it but I can't think of anyway to say "hey, why are you writing "can't read" on my child's papers? Don't you remember sending him to Special Education 3X a week to address this?"