I heard this one on the radio the other day. The station had a segment with a child educator and parents had sent in questions earlier, to be answered on air. One parent said that his son, a high school freshman, disliked studying, did no homework and acted out in class. It was only the second week of classes but the school, which the son had attended his entire life, was already asking for a parent conference to address the son's issues.
The Snowflake expert was outraged at the school. How dare they blame it all on the parents? Note, the letter said nothing about blaming the parents, only that the school wanted to talk to them. The parents should immediately call the school and demand that they explain why THEIR student hated studying and why hadn't they taught him to enjoy learning. It was all the school's fault really and the parents should refuse to do anything about it.