Unfortunately, parenting does not come with a manual. Treading the waters of parenthood can feel like an Olympic sport at times, especially when struggling to decipher what is the correct way to handle a difficult situation. And one of the hardest scenarios to navigate is your child getting disciplined by someone else. It's something we don't really think about until it's happening, and it's almost always complex. You want your child to respect authority and know how to behave, but you might not always agree with how others carry out punishment. This often becomes a problem when your child is at school, as there are many rules here and you are no longer the one in charge while your child is there. But what happens when your child is treated in a way you consider to be unfair while they are at school? Does it become your right and your responsibility to step in and correct things for your child?