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A Psychologist's Thoughts on Clinical Practice, Behavior, and Life

Teachers' Responsibility For Students' Academic Success

The problem with holding ‪teachers‬ largely responsible for their ‪student‬s' learning is that many learning difficulties derive from emotional and family issues that are uncontrolled by the teacher. Teachers teach--with greater or lesser knowledge and creativity--and can be a catalyst for a child's learning but they do not control most elements of a child's life. Many ‪children‬ who do poorly academically have inadequate control over their thinking and behavior and the healing of these deficiencies, after which grades can improve, is not the province of education.
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