Most people don't understand the craziness parents go through when it comes to dealing with school districts. Between misinformed administrative efforts to divide twins "for their own development" and teachers who "know what's best" for children they've never met, sending twins to school can be a difficult and confusing task.
Of all the stories I've heard, though, this one is really amazing. A Seattle school district separated twins into different schools. No, it's not a typo. These children are going to two different schools.
People keep telling me that we don't need another law for administrators to follow. It seems to me, though, that unless someone dictates the way twins are to be handled in school, this type of stupidity will go on and on and one. To learn more about the Twins Law effort, visit www.twinslaw.com