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Nice question!! Parents suddenly realize that a teacher has more influence on their child maybe more than they do....after all we do spend 8 hours a day with their child!! Fear of abandonment Loss of the "control" Fear of being replaced Insecurity on the part of the parent (especially if the students talks about the teacher all the time in a good way) Fear of the child loving the teacher more...sort of goes with the control/abandonment. A positive would be....the child connects and bonds with the teacher and can be a role model, mentor and someone to look up to. Also if a parent is not
as educated, the teacher provides a sense of security for the parent.
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