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  1. “Leaving them powerless to address habitually misbehaving and violent students.” Restorative Justice is defined by the state as intervention and support by the school to improve a student’s...

  2. Currently, state law says public schools must provide a restorative justice plan before removing a student from a classroom or school under certain circumstances. The plan can include measures...

  3. The incident took place in Thoothukudi in Tamil Nadu. The parents of the child, Sivalingam and Selvi, assaulted Bharat, a teacher of an aided school, for allegedly beating their child. The couple has been arrested by the police. 61-year-old arrested for misbehaving with nursing student

  4. The Georgia middle school teacher whose furious rant against students was videotaped and circulated last week is no longer employed by the school district. A Gwinnett County Public Schools...

  5. Misbehaving passengers come in all shapes and sizes. They range from a hyperactive toddler using the tray table for an extended drum solo to a deranged passenger brandishing weaponized silverware.

  6. Creating new special schools for violent, bullying and chronically misbehaving students. These children need expert assistance; but most importantly, the good kids who want to do their work and concentrate in class need a break from the destructive, dangerous troublemakers holding them back. 11. One Nation will ban use of mobile phones in schools

  7. Born in Manchester, England, Noone studied at the Manchester School of Music and Drama. A drama course, however, was an exercise in futility. “I did not like the people,” said Noone, who appeared as a child in “Coronation Street,” the long-running British soap. “I didn’t really learn anything.

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