Parents at NSW state schools will receive a letter warning them that principals will call the police if they are violent, abusive, or use emails and social media to intimidate teachers.
Principals say classroom teachers are subject to the same dangers as paramedics and nurses, after an alarming spike in attacks from angry parents.
The NSW government has produced a new code of conduct for parents, including warnings they will be referred to police or removed from school grounds.
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