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New report shows over-indulged schoolchildren more likely to be misbehave
Over-indulged schoolchildren ‘more likely’ to misbehave

A new report has claimed over-indulged children are more likely to be tired and misbehave in the classroom. A study carried out for the National Union of Teachers (NUT) said both parents and schools were falling victim of manipulative behaviour from children and offering rewards to keep them quiet. The Cambridge University research for the… Read more »

Teachers are leaving schools in increasing numbers, the Tories say
Tories: More teachers quitting

Double the number of teachers are leaving their positions now than in the late 1990s, the Conservatives have claimed. The Tories have highlighted figures which suggest that between 1995 and 2000 fewer than 50,000 people left the profession under the age of 60. But between 2000 and 2005 that number doubled to nearly 100,000, according… Read more »