Discipline Consistency = Success Kasey Ferguson

Children who have no discipline at school and at home will misbehave and act out.

Behavior will improve when parents and teachers work together to create discipline consistency.

With behavior improvement comes academic success.

Children who experience discipline become more focused which is a key factor in his or her academic success.

When these children grow up they can use the good habits they have created to become successful in all areas of their lives.

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