Did the "teacher's yes-man" kids you knew growing up go on to become yes-man adults?
And do you know how this trait affected their adult relationships? *Yes-man: a person that agrees and echoes the opinions of another, usually an authority figure, in the hopes of obtaining that person's approval*
What a neat question, Beth - different.
I don't remember too many "yes-man" kids when in grade school or junior high. It was a tough district I was in and a lot of the kids were "ain't no way teach" type kids. Most of the "yes-man" kids in high school grew up to emulate the teacher, so they turned out to be quite professional and successful.
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