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25 Times Parents Absolutely Blew Teachers' Minds

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When teachers were asked to tell us their most ridiculous stories about dealing with difficult parents, these were their responses. Enjoy! Tell us your most astonishing parent-teacher meeting stories, to be featured in a future blog!

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Do you have some mind-blowing stories about dealing with your students' parents, too? Let us know in the comments!

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  • Catherine Granger on

    I had a student who called everyone an a$$h@@@ all the time. When I called the mom to discuss it she said" I am so sorry, that little a$$H@@@ I don’t know where he learned that!" I teach Kindergarten

  • ROsey on

    I had a grandmother yell at me because I gave her granddaughter a zero for plagiarism. She was very upset & said she wrote the paper for her & she didn’t plagiarize. (She cut & paste & didn’t change fonts). She took it to my principal & he made me let the child do it again. When it was turned in, I gave it to him & said you grade it!

  • M. on

    Parent vehemently defended her son’s project which praised Hitler as his hero. Told him multiple times to change his topic and they were upset that I didn’t let him present it

  • Scott on

    I wrote a student (high school) up for calling his previous middle school teacher a dyke loudly in front of the entire class. When I told him mom his mom told me 1. She was friends with the old principal 2. Her sister is a lesbian and has never been offended when her sons uses that terminology and 3. It’s not fair that he has in school suspension when everyone else is at field days. She then came and picked up her son so he can avoid being in trouble.

    Bitch please. If your son called your sister a dyke she slap the shit out of him like he deserves.

  • Haley Osborn on

    A student didn’t finish a final during the 85 minute class (the only one) and had a study block next class so I let him continue it during that time, specifically telling him to return it to me at the end of the period. At the end of the school day I still did not have the test back, went to the study block teacher to see if he gave it to them and he didn’t. He had left the school grounds with the final test…on the last day of school. His mom thought it was unfair that I didn’t let him finish the test for a better grade and blamed me for not responding to an email he had sent me, that I did not see until the end of the day, asking when he needed to finish the test by even when I had specifically told him. I still don’t see the logic.

  • Alyssa P on

    I had a student wearing the wrong color leggings after many announcements of what color to wear (we wear uniforms). The daughter who was a troublemaker emailed her mother that I had confronted her about this. The mother then sent me an awful email stating “how dare I bully her daughter? Be an adult. You are supposed to be teaching through God’s work. Shame on you!” Mind you this was because she was wearing the wrong colored leggings and I asked her to change.

  • Christine M on

    I had called a parent regarding her child’s misbehavior in class. Her response? “Well, what do you want me to do about it? Dealing with him is your job.”

    I am surprised I did not bite my tongue completely off.



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