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Students can misinterpret teacher's words

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In all schools, students encounter many teachers throughout the day. With the introduction of differing expectations and personalities, the potential for conflict with a teacher can increase. Q: My daughter came home and said that she feels her middle-school teacher hates her. After talking with my daughter about what happened, I am angry. My daughter no longer wants to go to that teacher's class. What do I do? A: Many times middle-school kids interpret a ...


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