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Sure, sell that to the teachers.
Also, the best teachers want to teach. They don't want to deal with a lot of behavior problems. If they don't realize this when they start, they soon do.
Plus, the parents of the weakest (and worst-behaved) students rarely complain.
In my opinion, the only way to buck this natural tendency would be to pay the teachers more for more challenging classes.
A failing and dysfunctional system of education that can only educate the ones who can educate themselves?
Xiggi-have you had a real job?