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Well firstly, I would talk to him/her. I would highlight the following points - • How would you feel if someone treated you the same way. • He is elder to you, and you should respect elders. • he is providing service, and the people who provide service are always to be teated with a sense of equality, and respect. - If he still doesnt understand, I will take up the matter to the school authorities.
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