Being fair to the majority

24th July 1998 at 01:00
LINDA Shaw's belief (TES, July 3) that it is a matter of human rights for children with behavioural problems to be taught in mainstream schools, is ludicrously naive and disingenuous.

What about the human rights of the majority of children to be educated in peace?

Stan Labovitch Vale Road Windsor Berkshire

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