In the United Kingdom, the head teachers' union says that cyberbullying is having an increasing effect on teachers, especially attacks by parents. Eventually, one head teacher said, teachers will leave the profession if the attacks persist. "Teachers, like most adults, do understand the difference between comments and fair criticism, and you know we're happy to deal with those type of complaints from parents, but protracted campaigns of abuse is not something I think we should be expected to ignore," Bernadette Hunter, of the union, said.
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