Boy, can girls cause some drama in the classroom

26th July 2013 at 01:00

During my long and undistinguished teaching career, it never occurred to me that I might be deemed to be at the forefront of educational change ("A woman's place is in the boardroom", 19 July). In my lessons, girls were just as disruptive as boys and they did not need much encouragement from me.

Anthony Silson, Bramley, Leeds.

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