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29th Apr '16 8:09:37 PM sorako
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* ''VisualNovel/AoNoKanataFourRhythm'''s Kagami-sensei's cruelty is legendary. However, this is largely an InformedAttribute since virtually every time she's seen, it's with concern for helping her student Hinata to recover from his childhood trauma. She ''is'' the student counselor, after all.



* Turns out [[spoiler:Yasuhiro-sensei]] in ''{{Manga/ERASED}}'' is secretly a sadistic serial killer who preys on young kids.



* VisualNovel/AoNoKanataFourRhythm's Kagami-sensei's cruelty is legendary. However, this is largely an InformedAttribute since virtually every time she's seen, it's with concern for helping her student Hinata to recover from his childhood trauma. She ''is'' the student counselor, after all.
* Turns out [[spoiler:Yasuhiro-sensei]] in {{Manga/ERASED}} is secretly a sadistic serial killer who preys on young kids.
23rd Apr '16 11:52:13 PM aye_amber
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* TheSmiths "The Headmaster Ritual"

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* TheSmiths Music/TheSmiths "The Headmaster Ritual"Ritual:"
22nd Apr '16 3:44:56 PM ANTMuddle
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All too often this is a case of TruthInTelevision. Sometimes this trope will be inspired by [[CreatorBreakdown the creator's own personal experiences]], but many examples take it UpToEleven and portray levels of abuse to the point where it crosses the MoralEventHorizon that would have any real teacher fired or arrested on the spot. ValuesDissonance applies, as these techniques are often still considered appropriate in countries outside the U.S., and even stateside these teachers will have defenders from more conservative parents.

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All too often this is a case of TruthInTelevision. Sometimes this trope will be inspired by [[CreatorBreakdown the creator's own personal experiences]], but many examples take it UpToEleven and portray levels of abuse to the point where it crosses the MoralEventHorizon that would have any real teacher fired or arrested on the spot. ValuesDissonance applies, as these techniques are often still considered appropriate in countries outside the U.S., and even stateside these teachers will have defenders from in more conservative parents.
21st Mar '16 9:44:00 AM ShadowBlazer
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* Turns out [[spoiler:Yasuhiro-sensei]] in {{Manga/ERASED}} is secretly a sadistic serial killer who preys on young kids.
17th Mar '16 3:46:04 PM MoonByte
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* ''Film/{{Matilda}}'' has The Trunchbull, the director of the school that Matilda visits. Apart from having broken the arm of [[spoiler: her niece]], she ''enjoys'' torturing children, be it forcefeeding them, putting them in a non-lethal Iron Maiden or throwing them out of the window from the third floor. She in fact loves it so much that she has made the punishments UpToEleven, just to be sure that the parents would never believe their child if one spilled the beans.
29th Feb '16 1:18:00 AM jormis29
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* ''NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'':

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* ''NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'':''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'':



* Back in 1986, ChristopherLloyd had a field day playing the gleefully sadistic Professor B.O. Beanes in "Go to the Head of the Class", a memorable, hour-long episode of Creator/StevenSpielberg's ''Series/AmazingStories''. One fan's excellent review, available [[http://www.x-entertainment.com/articles/0955/ here,]] goes into loving detail and includes numerous clips that ''must'' be seen. ''Especially'' the clip wherein hapless high school student Peter Brand is forced to ''"meet the Misters!!"''

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* Back in 1986, ChristopherLloyd Creator/ChristopherLloyd had a field day playing the gleefully sadistic Professor B.O. Beanes in "Go to the Head of the Class", a memorable, hour-long episode of Creator/StevenSpielberg's ''Series/AmazingStories''. One fan's excellent review, available [[http://www.x-entertainment.com/articles/0955/ here,]] goes into loving detail and includes numerous clips that ''must'' be seen. ''Especially'' the clip wherein hapless high school student Peter Brand is forced to ''"meet the Misters!!"''



%% * Mr. Gilbert from ''TheInbetweeners'':

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%% * Mr. Gilbert from ''TheInbetweeners'':''Series/TheInbetweeners'':



* ''DrakeAndJosh'':

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* ''DrakeAndJosh'':''Series/DrakeAndJosh'':



* Sister Dominique from ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody''. Despite being a ''nun'', she shows blatant favoritism towards London, always punishing Maddie for things that London does. One episode has her giving Maddie detention for "tempting" London when she accidentally violated a copyright while writing a kid's book. London was the one that decided to blow the entire thing out of proportion and have her book published. Another episode (one where Maddie is PutOnABus) has her giving Maddie a pamphlet that was at least 30 years old to get her to come over to a camp. Said camp is a horrible place (they're across the street from a slaughterhouse and they once had ''leech cobbler'' as a meal). However, given that she ''is'' a nun, she is a downplayed example, and she is generally nice. It's usually when Maddie slips up that it shows.

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* Sister Dominique from ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody''.''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody''. Despite being a ''nun'', she shows blatant favoritism towards London, always punishing Maddie for things that London does. One episode has her giving Maddie detention for "tempting" London when she accidentally violated a copyright while writing a kid's book. London was the one that decided to blow the entire thing out of proportion and have her book published. Another episode (one where Maddie is PutOnABus) has her giving Maddie a pamphlet that was at least 30 years old to get her to come over to a camp. Said camp is a horrible place (they're across the street from a slaughterhouse and they once had ''leech cobbler'' as a meal). However, given that she ''is'' a nun, she is a downplayed example, and she is generally nice. It's usually when Maddie slips up that it shows.



%% * [[JerkAss Mr. Litchfield]] from ''NoOrdinaryFamily''. He's JJ's math teacher who thinks JJ has been cheating since he got his powers, and can't be convinced otherwise.

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%% * [[JerkAss Mr. Litchfield]] from ''NoOrdinaryFamily''.''Series/NoOrdinaryFamily''. He's JJ's math teacher who thinks JJ has been cheating since he got his powers, and can't be convinced otherwise.



%% * Sra. Orraca from ''{{Carrusel}}''. Everybody was afraid of her- including the teachers and other staff members.
%% * In ''TheNanny'' episode "The Gym Teacher", Fran tries to help Maggie deal with her tyrannical gym teacher Miss Stone, who is, in fact, Fran's old gym teacher, formerly Miss Wickavich, who's still sadistic as ever.
* Mr. Messerschmidt from ''PhilOfTheFuture'' delighted in making the students miserable. He once administered a test, the Omicron Gambit, that's so difficult no one has ever passed. Even opening the test booklet is impossible:

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%% * Sra. Orraca from ''{{Carrusel}}''.''Series/{{Carrusel}}''. Everybody was afraid of her- including the teachers and other staff members.
%% * In ''TheNanny'' ''Series/TheNanny'' episode "The Gym Teacher", Fran tries to help Maggie deal with her tyrannical gym teacher Miss Stone, who is, in fact, Fran's old gym teacher, formerly Miss Wickavich, who's still sadistic as ever.
* Mr. Messerschmidt from ''PhilOfTheFuture'' ''Series/PhilOfTheFuture'' delighted in making the students miserable. He once administered a test, the Omicron Gambit, that's so difficult no one has ever passed. Even opening the test booklet is impossible:



* Saskia Duncan from ''DanceAcademy'': An inexperienced teacher in the process of recovering from an injury that could shorten or end her career as a principal dancer, Saskia becomes intensely jealous of Tara's lyrical style and ability to dance the same solo (the Red Shoes) that made Saskia the youngest ever principal dancer with the Company. Initially, this jealousy leads Saskia to undermine Tara's confidence and bully her both in and outside of class. Later, in a private pas de deux class, she forces Tara into a dangerous stretch that results in a ''broken vertebra'', leaving Tara courting paraplegia with every step. Fortunately Ben was there too...

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* Saskia Duncan from ''DanceAcademy'': ''Series/DanceAcademy'': An inexperienced teacher in the process of recovering from an injury that could shorten or end her career as a principal dancer, Saskia becomes intensely jealous of Tara's lyrical style and ability to dance the same solo (the Red Shoes) that made Saskia the youngest ever principal dancer with the Company. Initially, this jealousy leads Saskia to undermine Tara's confidence and bully her both in and outside of class. Later, in a private pas de deux class, she forces Tara into a dangerous stretch that results in a ''broken vertebra'', leaving Tara courting paraplegia with every step. Fortunately Ben was there too...



* Mr Tanner from ''TheVampireDiaries'' proves himself one in his thankfully short run of episodes. During his time, he openly insults students who don't know things and brings up personal tragedies in front of the class (Such as the death of Elena's parents), keeps files on students he doesn't like such as Jeremy, proves he doesn't know ''[[SmallNameBigEgo basic facts such as the end of The Korean War]]'', bullies students and tells Stefan he hopes to see him hurt while playing football (Though to be fair, he did change his mind after seeing his skill).
* The ''HorribleHistories'' franchise gleefully invokes this both on the page and screen (a direct result of creator Terry Deary's deep mistrust of formal education). Highlights from the TV series include the puppet rat host introducing a single pea on a plate as a brain 'from a PE teacher', the Grim Reaper deciding to quit and 'become a school headmaster', and this doozy from Elagabalus in the "Evil Emperors' Song":

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* Mr Tanner from ''TheVampireDiaries'' ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' proves himself one in his thankfully short run of episodes. During his time, he openly insults students who don't know things and brings up personal tragedies in front of the class (Such as the death of Elena's parents), keeps files on students he doesn't like such as Jeremy, proves he doesn't know ''[[SmallNameBigEgo basic facts such as the end of The Korean War]]'', bullies students and tells Stefan he hopes to see him hurt while playing football (Though to be fair, he did change his mind after seeing his skill).
* The ''HorribleHistories'' ''Series/HorribleHistories'' franchise gleefully invokes this both on the page and screen (a direct result of creator Terry Deary's deep mistrust of formal education). Highlights from the TV series include the puppet rat host introducing a single pea on a plate as a brain 'from a PE teacher', the Grim Reaper deciding to quit and 'become a school headmaster', and this doozy from Elagabalus in the "Evil Emperors' Song":



* Mr Bronson of ''Series/GrangeHill'' was mostly [[SternTeacher a stern man]] but his treatment to one student in particular was ''definitely'' sadistic. The kid, Danny Kendall, was about to leave school and was even given an offer to his ideal job... before Bronson found out, called up the business and said some truly awful things about him. The two had been having this arc where Bronson was trying to 'Bring [Kendall] into line' which ended when Danny lost the job offer, they had a fight in Bronson's office and [[spoiler: Danny stole Mr Bronson's car and [[DrivenToSuicide used it in his carbon monoxide suicide]], which in turn led to Bronson being forced to prematurely end his own career.]] The fact that [[IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade Bronson was Hitler]] shows how bad he was.

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* Mr Bronson of ''Series/GrangeHill'' was mostly [[SternTeacher a stern man]] but his treatment to one student in particular was ''definitely'' sadistic. The kid, Danny Kendall, was about to leave school and was even given an offer to his ideal job... before Bronson found out, called up the business and said some truly awful things about him. The two had been having this arc where Bronson was trying to 'Bring [Kendall] into line' which ended when Danny lost the job offer, they had a fight in Bronson's office and [[spoiler: Danny stole Mr Bronson's car and [[DrivenToSuicide used it in his carbon monoxide suicide]], which in turn led to Bronson being forced to prematurely end his own career.]] The fact that [[IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade [[Film/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade Bronson was Hitler]] shows how bad he was.
14th Feb '16 5:37:51 PM DavidDelony
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All too often this is a case of TruthInTelevision. Sometimes this trope will be inspired by [[CreatorBreakdown the creator's own personal experiences]], but many examples take it UpToEleven and portray levels of abuse to the point where it crosses the MoralEventHorizon that would have any real teacher fired or arrested on the spot. ValuesDissoance applies, as these techniques are often still considered appropriate in countries outside the U.S., and even then these teachers will have defenders from more conservative parents.

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All too often this is a case of TruthInTelevision. Sometimes this trope will be inspired by [[CreatorBreakdown the creator's own personal experiences]], but many examples take it UpToEleven and portray levels of abuse to the point where it crosses the MoralEventHorizon that would have any real teacher fired or arrested on the spot. ValuesDissoance ValuesDissonance applies, as these techniques are often still considered appropriate in countries outside the U.S., and even then stateside these teachers will have defenders from more conservative parents.
13th Feb '16 1:51:39 PM DavidDelony
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All too often this is a case of TruthInTelevision. Sometimes this trope will be inspired by [[CreatorBreakdown the creator's own personal experiences]], but many examples take it UpToEleven and portray levels of abuse to the point where it crosses the MoralEventHorizon that would have any real teacher fired or arrested on the spot.

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All too often this is a case of TruthInTelevision. Sometimes this trope will be inspired by [[CreatorBreakdown the creator's own personal experiences]], but many examples take it UpToEleven and portray levels of abuse to the point where it crosses the MoralEventHorizon that would have any real teacher fired or arrested on the spot. \n ValuesDissoance applies, as these techniques are often still considered appropriate in countries outside the U.S., and even then these teachers will have defenders from more conservative parents.
13th Feb '16 1:49:53 PM DavidDelony
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* In early 2016, some secretly-recorded footage [[http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/13/nyregion/success-academy-teacher-rips-up-student-paper.html?_r=0emerged]] of a teacher at a charter school in New York City ripping up a first-grader's homework paper and berating her for answering a question incorrectly.

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* In early 2016, some secretly-recorded footage [[http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/13/nyregion/success-academy-teacher-rips-up-student-paper.html?_r=0emerged]] html?_r=0 emerged]] of a teacher at a charter school in New York City ripping up a first-grader's homework paper and berating her for answering a question incorrectly.
13th Feb '16 1:49:34 PM DavidDelony
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* In early 2016, some secretly-recorded footage [[http://www.nytimes.com/2016/02/13/nyregion/success-academy-teacher-rips-up-student-paper.html?_r=0emerged]] of a teacher at a charter school in New York City ripping up a first-grader's homework paper and berating her for answering a question incorrectly.
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