The second volume of companion books on comparative student discipline identifies the best practices in dealing with student misconduct, on six continents, in a legally sound manner. It is essential for educators to examine national as well as international practices addressing student misconduct in schools because learner misbehavior often has a detrimental effect on the quality of teaching and learning in elementary and secondary schools. The countries covered are Brazil, China, Malaysia, Turkey and South Africa.
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Place of Publication
Russo, Charles J.; Oosthuizen, Izak; and Wolhuter, Charl C., "International Perspectives on Student Behavior: What We Can Learn" (2015). Educational Leadership Faculty Publications. 77.