In the UK, school inspectors' notes reveal cases of swearing at the headmaster, causing mayhem in lessons and throwing objects around the class.
At a school where pupils were described as being rude and threatening, one inspector saw a student telling the headteacher to f*** off.
At some schools, schoolchildren used their phones during lessons and were continually swearing and making inappropriate comments.
The inspection of one lesson was called off because all the pupils had decided to “bunk off” leaving just the inspector and the teacher in the classroom.
At Queensbury Upper School, in Dunstable, 40% of lessons were disrupted by bad behaviour.
Nick Seaton, of the Campaign for Real Education, said: "Teachers don’t have enough sanctions to ensure that bad behaviour doesn’t take place."
Aangirfan has the solution to the problem of school discipline:
Give each and every teacher the right to exclude permanently from their classroom the students who are rude and disruptive.
"One school was removed from local government control. It was allowed to choose its staff and teaching methods. Early on, it expelled some pupils. Last summer 69% of pupils got good exam results, at age 16, well above the national average." - aangirfan: SCHOOL REPORT
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"Schools have been warned by Dr Maggie that it is "never appropriate" to exclude pupils for infringements such as breaching school uniform codes or wearing jewellery." - aangirfan: SACK HER NOW!