Cameron promises to help teachers tackle disruptive teachers
April 09 2010
Tory leader pledges to give power to teachers deal with problem pupils.
David Cameron has promised to give head teachers additional power to deal with disciplinary problems in their schools, a news report has said.
According to the BBC, the Tory leader said that a large number of teachers were being treated like "children rather than adults" when it came handling disruptive pupils.
Speaking from in Plymouth, Mr Cameron said that he was planning to make it easier to create new schools, giving power to parents, charities and even companies to set up new institutions.
"Getting outside bodies into state education. Offering great state education. That is what I want for my children, for everybody's children," he was quoted as saying by the BBC.
In other news, shadow schools secretary Michael Gove has said that the Conservative Party was planning to introduce Saturday lessons for pupils coming from disadvantaged backgrounds, according to the BBC.
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