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Rights, respect and responsibility (RRR)

Behaviour and self-regulation

Although never intended as a behaviour management strategy, RRE does have a positive effect on behaviour, but this has to be seen as one consequence of developing a rights based school and alongside other evidence of impact. This is illustrated in Covell and Howe’s 2008 research findings:

“One intriguing finding was that the positive effects of RRR were more pronounced in the schools in very disadvantaged neighbourhoods. In such schools, absences and behavioural incidents decreased markedly; and test scores, motivation, and self-regulation in learning and behaviour increased significantly.”

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