FREE Letter to a Principal About a Teacher’s Inadequate Instruction

By | November 9, 2011

[Your Name]
[Street Address]
[City, State ZIP Code]
[phone number – optional]
[email address – optional]

October 5, 2010

[Name of Recipient]
[Company Name]
[Street Address]
[City, State ZIP Code]
Dear [Name of Recipient]:

I am writing in regards to the instruction my child, [Name of Child], has been receiving from [Name of Teacher].

Unfortunately, it has become apparent that [Name of Teacher] is not prepared to properly teach students at this grade level. For example, [Give Example of Inadequate Instruction]. Not only is [Name of Teacher] failing our students, [he/she] also reflects poorly on [Name of School] as a whole.

I ask that you act immediately to resolve this matter. In today’s global economy, our students simply cannot afford to lose a year of instruction because of one teacher’s poor performance. Swift action must be taken so our children do not fall any farther behind.

Please contact me so we can discuss this matter further. In the meantime, I thank you, in advance, for your prompt attention this matter.


[Your Name]