Wed 11 July 2012, The Independent

Teachers must 'parent' failing pupils

By Richard Garner
Heads and teachers in the country's most disadvantaged schools should be "surrogate parents" so their pupils spend less time on difficult estates and with unsupportive parents, chief schools inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw said yesterday.
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