I Have a Big Problem With The Word “Let”

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“You can’t let them talk to you like that.”
“Kids do what you let them do.”
“Why are you letting him sit on the counter?”
“Why did you let that kid walk out of your classroom?”

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Believer, Baltimore City special ed teacher, and 2:39 marathon runner. Diehard fan of “The Wire.” Support me by becoming a Medium member: https://bit.ly/39Cybb8

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