Wed 25 June 2014, The Daily Telegraph

OECD: chattering, badly behaved students interrupting 4 out of 10 classes

By Graeme Paton
An analysis of data from the OECD's Teaching and Learning International Survey finds that almost four-in-10 classrooms in England are "not favourable for learning" because of bad behaviour
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