Saturday classes acts as incentive to behave at New Zealand school

03/15/2010 | Stuff (New Zealand)

A New Zealand school is holding Saturday classes for students who misbehave -- a move supported by parents and acts as a strong incentive for students to follow the rules. "It's a message that there will be a consequence," said the principal who implemented the plan. "It's a consequence that has more impact, I would suggest, than a lunchtime detention."

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