Thu 16 April 2009, The Guardian

Childrens' behaviour guru calls for quizzes in school classrooms and no TV in bedrooms

By Jessica Shepherd and Helen Pidd
From reintroducing national service to bringing back the cane, most suggestions for tackling bad behaviour in schools would dismay the nation's youth. Yesterday the former headteacher appointed by the government as its behaviour guru came up with a more agreeable one: get recalcitrant pupils playing quiz shows such as Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? in class, said Sir Alan Steer, and they will soon step into line.
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