Teachers tired of pointless emails

Found on BBC News on Thursday, 24 January 2019
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Speaking at the annual Bett Show for educational technology, he warned that feedback to parents had gone from a quick chat at parents' evenings to being expected to be available every hour of the waking day.

"Parents think they know everything," and they are not shy of sending in their suggestions and expecting replies, she says.

Just bounce the mails. Parents need to learn that teachers are there for a reason, and if they have a problem they need to solve it face to face. If a parent cannot afford it to show up personally, the "problem" is not important anyway.