Pupils with Problems: Rational Fears-- Radical Solutions?

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"Pupils with problems" is the euphemism for students whose behavior is considered inappropriate, and as interfering with their learning and that of others. They evoke reactions of frustration, fear, pain or punishment in their teachers. This book critically examines the educational responses to the dilemmas raised by emotionally loaded reactions of this kind. The book argues for a range of strategies for intervention which challenge teachers, school administrators and educational policy makers. It calls for a radical new agenda designed to break the cycle of under achievement and non-inclusion that such disruptive students traditionally experience.

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Philip Garner is Professor of Education at Nottingham Trent University .

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