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Study: 26 percent of teachers cite cyberbullying by parents


Countless stories of bullying, from the sad to the ridiculous, have surfaced over the years as the online community has become more and more connected, Digital Trends reports. Now a new study from Plymouth University in the UK shows that teachers are subject to an unusual amount of cyberbullying. According to a survey of almost 400 teachers by professor Andy Phippen, 35 percent cited experience with some form of cyberbullying. Of that group, 72 percent of the abuse came from students or former students, but more surprisingly, 26 percent came from parents…

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