Survey: Students more likely to be disruptive to male teachers

12/30/2008 | BBC

Students are more likely to behave badly if their teacher is a male, according to a recent survey by The National Union of Teachers in England. Of those polled, 77% of male teachers said students disrupted their classrooms at least once each week, but both male and female teachers reported they had been sworn at and threatened.

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