The problem with parents | David Didau

The problem with parents | David Didau

Like all parents I want the best for my children. When they’re unhappy, I’m unhappy. When they suffer injustice, I’m incensed. When their school makes a decision I disagree with, my first reaction is to get in touch and point out where they’ve gone wrong and what they should do about it.

When she was in primary school, my eldest daughter had a teacher who believed in the power of collective punishment, and, as a well-behaved, hard-working pupil she was made to suffer for the poor behaviour of some of the other children in her class. This struck both her and me as completely unfair.

My…

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