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  •   Home > News > Education

    The Secondary Principals Association believes the community should get behind schools and students to help reduce bad behaviour

    The Secondary Principals Association believes the community should get behind schools and students to help reduce bad behaviour


    An new Education Review Office report shows it's worsened over the past two years.

    President Vaughan Couillault says covid lock downs weren't the only factor.

    He says more members of the community are becoming indignant when their kid does something wrong, and aren't backing schools to make the right decisions.

    Couillault says there needs to be a conversation on student expectations, and how the community will support this.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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