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26 Feb 2008

Truancy Rate ‘Highest Since 1997’

An estimated 63,000 pupils truanted every day, equating to 1% of all school sessions missed without a valid reason. Almost a billion has been spent on anti-truancy drives. Truancy rates in England's schools are at their highest since 1997, the latest figures show. This is also a rise of ...
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21 Feb 2008

Bebo Bully Victim in Suicide Bid

The victim was lured into a bogus gay relationship on Bebo. A teenage cyberbully drove his ex-best friend to attempt suicide by tricking him into falling in love with a fake internet boyfriend, a court has heard. The 17-year-old posted a fake profile on the social networking site Bebo, then ...
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15 Feb 2008

Call to ‘Retrain ex-Troops’ as Teachers to Improve School Discipline

Ex-servicemen and women should be retrained as teachers to bring military style discipline to tough inner city schools, a think tank has said. The government is being urged to adopt a US-style programme returning former soldiers, sailors and airmen to school. The Centre for Policy Studies say...
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14 Feb 2008

‘Happy Slap’ Death Girl Convicted

The message is this: If you stand by and watch your friends committing brutal crimes and video their acts... prosecution may follow. A 15-year-old girl has admitted filming the death of a man on her mobile phone in a so-called "happy slapping" attack. She pleaded guilty to aiding and abettin...
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14 Feb 2008

Bullied Children ‘Carry Weapons’

Increasing numbers of children claim they carry knives and bottles to defend themselves against bullies, according to a report based on children in care. The document was written by Roger Morgan, the children's rights director for England, who said bullying by mobile phones and websites was risi...
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