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That depends on the school and the situation.

If you or your child have any personal issues with a certain teacher (i.e. the teacher is racist, doesn't like your child, is abusive, etc.), then they will almost always grant permission to switch teachers.

If you wish to switch or choose teachers simply because you have heard stories or because you want another, the chances are slim to none.

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Q: What rights do you have in your child's education My child is not special ed however do I have any say whatsoever in who they get as a teacher Can I refuse a teacher?
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