Teaching is hindered by a few classroom troublemakers

Students with behavioral problems should be removed from classrooms to allow teachers to focus more on instruction than discipline and allow other students to learn, according to a columnist. Most teachers say they would be more effective if disruptive students did not eat up so much of their teaching time, according to a survey of 725 middle- and high-school teachers by Public Education, an opinion research group.

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