Anyone have ANY idea how to go about dealing with a tyrant nursing (1 semester, 1st year) instructor? She is unfair, rude, condescending, and unhelpful. Almost half the students in our class have complained about her, and the program director says "I'll address this at the staff meeting, so all staff can adjust their behavior if needed." Almost every other instructor has expressed concern over her teaching, her attitude (toward fellow instructors AND students) and her refusal to correct things brought to her attention. She has only been teaching for a year or so, and already every person on staff knows what a hellion she is, but the staff tell the students that "she has the right as an educator to conduct things the way she wants to---there's nothing you can do about it." Students have quit, broken down in tears, and repeatedly complained to the program director about her, but no one wants to do anything. We are told again and again that nothing can be done except to address the entire instructor staff with "general" student concerns. Any advice? She is a tyrant, everyone knows it, she is failing people because she dislikes them or is in a generally bad mood, and people are afraid of her! What can we do???Thanks!