Now wash that child

10th September 2004 at 01:00
Teachers would love to tell parents to wash their children, stop doing their homework for them and attend parents' evenings, a survey for the Reader's Digest magazine shows. It highlights the things teachers would say to parents if they could get away with it. Eighty per cent wished they could say: "Your child is so disruptive I shouldn't be expected to teach him."

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