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It may be too early to ask this, but do you think being a parent yourself will change your perception of teaching, in any way? Or does being a teacher change the dynamics of parenting?

David Harmon

Congratulations on the incoming kid!

Regarding the student who's parents want too much: I *did* go to Harvard. I even graduated, eventually. But you know, it would have gone a lot better if I'd known more about my learning disabilities at the time, because I sure as hell wasn't going to get any help with those from Harvard.

Or do they think they can intervene with all the professors there?

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