The responsibility lies within
Many of us will spin in circles looking for someone else at whom to point the finger.
I have some examples.
I have a relative with two 6-year-old children who can’t read along with their classmates.
These are bright children who are willing to learn new things. Both are imaginative and love to jump, run and play.
So, whose fault is it that they don’t understand written words?
“I just don’t have time to read to them,” my relative tells me. She then mentions something about the teachers at the school not teaching them “right.”