Trouble-tamers to train teachers

Disruptive pupils in secondary schools will soon be tackled by
behavioural consultants rather than teachers, as part of an
initiative to stop antisocial behaviour in the classroom.

At the start of the next school year behavioural consultants will
be sent into secondary schools throughout England to show teachers
how to control antisocial students while still engaging the rest of
the class.

After training, teachers should be able to recognise the signs that
a student is becoming less concerned about their work and in danger
of becoming disruptive.

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