Parents + Teachers = Conflicts

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Philosophy

 

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Janine P

 

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April 29, 2016

 

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University

 

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In fact 31% of the teachers cited involving and communicating with parents as the biggest challenge they face. The vast majority of teachers in the survey felt too many parents treat schools and teachers as adversaries. Parental induced problems included, but were certainly not limited to: parents doing their children's homework, blaming teachers for their child's mistakes, demanding that grades be changed, demanding daily updates on their child's progress, restricting teacher's speech (in the context of Parents + Teachers = Conflicts 3 what can be said to their child), lawsuits, verbally abusing teachers, and at the other end of the spectrum parents that are completely uninvolved...
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In fact 31% of the teachers cited involving and communicating with parents as the biggest challenge they face. The vast majority of teachers in the survey felt too many parents treat schools and teachers as adversaries. Parental induced problems included, but were certainly not limited to: parents doing their children's homework, blaming teachers for their child's mistakes, demanding that grades be changed, demanding daily updates on their child's progress, restricting teacher's speech (in the context of Parents + Teachers = Conflicts 3 what can be said to their child), lawsuits, verbally abusing teachers, and at the other end of the spectrum parents that are completely uninvolved...
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