I'll get on to that tonight! I can't make out, from the tone of your post, if you are just trying to be helpful, or are incredibly naive, or just pompous. Anyhoo, we all work in inclusive schools and have the teaching qualification. We all know what inclusion means, and its ramifiations for both pupil and teacher. Let's make things straightforward here with a simple closed question that summarises my entire argument. Would attainment of your pupils rise if those few who regularly attempt to disrupt your lessons were permanently removed? Yes/No.