What’s the one factor lecturers wish to say to their mother and father?

A Reddit user on the r/Teachers subreddit recently asked this question:

What would you like to say to parents? from teachers

Unfortunately, no teacher has replied to the thread. They felt that the parents were supportive, kind and respectful at every opportunity and had no suggestions as to what they might like to say to them.

hahaha Was just a joke.

Something to note: These responses from teachers obviously don’t apply to all parents. But obviously, teachers have come across enough parents who meet these criteria that they’ve decided it’s worth saying so. Check out what they had to say.

You’re going to have to get your kids to do things they don’t want to do.

Children – including yours – lie.

Being hostile to a teacher doesn’t do what you think it will.

Her grade is already higher than she deserves.

This whole thing:

There is someone responsible for checking grades and it’s not me.

You should monitor your child’s cell phone usage throughout the day.

And stop texting them during class!

This wisdom:

Yes, you taught them that at home.

Your kids won’t appreciate reading unless they see you reading.

You harm your child by not letting them fail.

Your kids stay up way too late.

Exemplary manners!

The difference between bullying and simple boundaries

Teach your kids to pick up after themselves.

And finally facts:

What is the one thing you would like to say to your parents? Let us know in the comments.

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