CSJ report says schools must pay more effort to helping disruptive pupils

By Michael Burton | 13 September 2011

A study by the Centre for Social Justice says too many schools are avoiding hard challenges about tackling disrupting behaviour by pupils from troubled family backgrounds. With last month's riots currently the subject of an inquiry, this study is timely says Michael Burton.

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