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Thursday, April 10, 2008



"Young people behave well in environments where they are valued, where they can contribute, and where they can progress."

That's not actually true. In fact, it's what is technically known as "wishful thinking". You might want to visit some schools before declaring what does or does not make young people behave.

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Well with real employment going out the door, unless you call working in Asda real employment, then I'd say to improve school discipline is simple if an area has no work like mine close the schools tell the kids of five or six your in the military thats it fixed, we can then go and start a few more wars.

Tesco has paid money into one of our schools to set up a counter and till to get people ready for work, what a thought.

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