Children want teachers to be tougher on pupils who misbehave, research has shown. Over 8,000 youngsters were quizzed by Pearson and Teach First, and a staggering 77% said tougher discipline was key to helping all children with their education.
A report into what young people believe they need for a better education has shown "how high" their aspirations are, according to the education company behind the research.
Pearson UK chief, Rob Bristow said research showed pupils wanted an "engaging, challenging, adaptable" education.
What is striking about the My Education report is just how high our young people's aspirations are.
The data shows that they want the best, but they do want education to be engaging, challenging, adaptable. That's a challenge to everyone in education - be they the Government, teachers or exam boards.