As classroom teachers adjust to changes in standards, testing and evaluation, the real work of teaching remains. This includes behavior issues in the classroom. Regardless of the reforms that come down the pike, as long as there is teaching and as long as there are students, there will be behavioral difficulties in every class, in every district and in every state. And educators will do their best to deal with these problems so that learning can take place.
Learn more by reading Dealing with behavior problems in the classroom — 13 strategies (from the January 2016 issue of the NJEA Review).