When Angry Parents Target Teachers: What to Do

Rae Pica with Jim West, Neill Gibson, Dr. Jann Gumbiner, Deven Black

According to our guests, there are many factors driving the increase in angry parents: fewer stay-at-home moms to deal with student issues, increased expectations that schools should solve problems and fix kids, and growing external pressures. Dealing with angry parents can be a teacher’s worst nightmare. Our guests offer some tips, tools and tactics to help.

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January 3, 2013
Episode Guests
Jim West is a counselor and author of the StressLess Series. Neill Gibson is co-author of the book What’s Making You Angry? Dr. Jann Gumbiner is a licensed psychologist specializing in child and adolescent psychology. Beginning as a Head Start preschool teacher who ultimately moved to higher education, Jann is the author of Adolescent Assessment and writes a blog for Psychology Today titled The Teenage Mind. Deven Black is a school librarian and father of an 18-year-old.
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