Sat 24 March 2012, The Independent

‘I blame the parents,’ says chief schools inspector

By Richard Garner
Lax parenting and a celebrity-driven culture of instant gratification is forcing schools to act as "surrogate parents" for many pupils, the Chief Inspector of Schools has said. Sir Michael Wilshaw said many teachers were being asked to "make up for much wider failings within families" to ensure that their students...
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