Staff learn new behaviour

16th September 2005 at 01:00
A new category of teacher should be trained to specialise in managing poor behaviour. Teachers would undertake a Behaviour First programme, run by the Training and Development Agency for Schools. They would be certified by appraisal, after two or three years' practice, according to a proposal in Towards Zero Tolerance, a report published jointly by the Institute for Public Policy Research and the Centre for British Teachers.

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