Not a good match as you already know if your child has RAD. If you look at the symptoms to the right think about how well most of them will work in a school setting. The only one that sometimes gets them through is the superficially charming and engaging. I have found what works best with my child's teachers is working hard at forming an alliance. If you don't is easy to become adversaries which only ends up making things more difficult for your child,you and the teacher. Keep them informed. Let them know you know what you are doing and are getting the help your child needs. My boys are in high school and middle school now. I have their teachers emails in a special group so all I do is type in the child's name to the address box and a message goes out to all their teachers. I let them know if something is up that might effect behavior that day or if they will be gone to a therapy appointment so we can get work. Here are some websites with valuable information on school:
Click on the word "School" on the left at the first two sites.
Here is Nancy Thomas' letter to teachers:
School is exhausting. It is almost over for the year. But then there is summer. Different post.