Best Behaviour: School discipline, intervention and exclusion

Apr 22, 2011

Best Behaviour proposes policies on discipline and exclusion which will protect those pupils whose education is harmed by the misbehaviour of others, whilst ensuring that the needs of all children are effectively addressed.  The report examines proposals by the government to radically alter the system for managing excluded children and looks at the wider problem of school discipline, identifying behaviour policies which are proven to have a positive effect, particularly in schools with a history of disciplinary problems.

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Alex Massey

Alex Massey
Education Research Fellow, 2009-2011 Read Full Bio

James Groves

James Groves
Head of Education, 2010-2012 Read Full Bio

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