Quoting DisneyMommyTTC#3:" I would not go on that alone.....many brilliant people cant spell or have troubles with grammar. I would ... [snip!] ... first language),. perhaps she has a lot to offer your child that you might be dismissing because of one side of the equation."
Nobody said go tell the teacher she failed or said be mean to her.
And in the head start program (which is like a pre-k type program), they are required to teach general education. So she needs to be educated in ALL areas before she turns around and teaches these children in ALL areas. If she were JUST a math teacher, it wouldn't concern me. Or JUST a science teacher. It's the fact that this teacher is the class' FIRST exposure to learning and she can't spell, use proper forms of words, or use proper grammar. And if this is how she writes, we can only imagine how she speaks. These children learn the most in the first five years of their life. They're learning the essentials that build a foundation for their entire life right now, and I personally would not want my child learning from his teacher to say "If you can write without no help..."
There is someone in charge of the program that she can express her concerns to privately and they can take care of it from there and that's what she intends to do.