When parents and educators fight, kids lose. So why are good, reasonable parents and skilled, compassionate educators locked in battle? This book voices what parents and educators want to say to each other, but don’t. It explains why they do what they do. It helps fill the chasms of misunderstanding that breed assumptions like “They don’t care about my child,” and “They’re just in denial.” It gives educators and parents the necessary tools to build the relationships they need to help the child.
Audience: Parent, Professional