What I'm seeing is a whole lot of people quick to judge and quicker to report something that might make them uncomfortable, rather than step into a leadership role and offer support and guidance. Perhaps making a situation worse instead of better makes some people feel they are saving the children and being a hero. I have colleagues at work who do the same. Too many are hypocrites who will scream at kids until they are red in the face, but criticize someone they don't like for raising her voice. We are often automatically forgiving or understanding where friends are concerned, but doubly critical of someone who rubs us the wrong way. And a great many teachers get upset when a man raises his voice, but not bat an eye when a woman does the same. My husband says that "screeching and nagging" is bothersome, so I understand much of this is simply a matter of perspective. I've never seen Mr. Rogers filmed in the 'hood, but I'd like to see that played out.