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Christine Hartwell says her daughter, Julia, appeared sad recently when she came home from the Pentucket Workshop Preschool in Georgetown.
The little girl told her mother she was upset because her teacher told her she couldn’t call one of her classmates her “best friend.”
School officials did not comment. But in a letter to the Hartwells they said “It has been our experience … that the use of the term ‘best friend,’ even when used in a loving way, can lead other children to feel excluded.”
Hartwell called the ban “outrageous” and “silly.” She says children should be allowed to speak from their heart.