Writing on the wall as bullies sign up to get a lesson

Source: SMH

DELINQUENT students and their parents are being asked to sign written contracts promising to clean up the child’s behaviour under a discipline crackdown in the state’s 2240 public schools.

Primary and secondary schools regularly draw up individual agreements in a bid to rein in the thuggish behaviour of children who tease or bully other students or who are so disruptive their classmates are unable to work.

A NSW Education and Communities Department spokesman said the “behaviour support plans” which can include a signed contract are put in place to help extremely disruptive students get back on track.

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