Study: England's teachers are cyberbullied, too

08/15/2011 | BBC

About 35% of educators in England say either they or a fellow teacher have been victims of cyberbullying or online attacks, according to a new study from the University of Plymouth. Of those offenses, about one-fourth were committed by parents. "Some parents view teachers as fair game for abuse," said Andy Phippen, a researcher for the study.

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