Exclusions right and sometimes wrong

4th September 2009 at 01:00

No doubt closely on the heels of this new legislation there will be another bout of media angst about why discipline is non-existent in the bulk of secondary schools. As usual, the rights of the individual to disrupt education are given primacy over the rights of those who are patiently trying to learn and those who are attempting to teach.


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