I truly believe that the majority of people who dedicate their lives to educating young people are a good bunch. A teaching degree does not make them infallible, however, and we all know that bad teachers do exist. As a weekend teacher for some twenty-plus years, I am sure that there have been parents who hated me! Unfortunately, at one time or another in your child’s academic career, you will experience this unfortunate emotion.
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Try to figure out exactly what’s bothering you. Jot down a list, then show it to your spouse and a friend to see if they agree that there’s a real problem — or if they think you’re just being crazy. If your kid is enjoying school and seems to be thriving, maybe you can overlook philosophical differences. Face it, your child is going have all kinds of teachers, and you can’t expect to see eye-to-eye with all of them.
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So what exactly should a parent do when their child has a horrible teacher? One who makes you cringe every time they talk and regularly sends your little one into frantic emotional breakdowns?