Conduct Record

Conduct Record

 

(Russian, konduit) a penalties book or list in which students’ offenses were entered. The conduct record was introduced into German schools in the mid-19th century at the suggestion of the educator J. F. Herbart. In Russia it was used in Gymnasiums, ecclesiastical schools, and military colleges.

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She must have a good conduct record and must not be a government employee or had worked in the military.
Wardens also have the right to request replacing a jail term when a convict completes half the sentence, has a good conduct record, is not a risk to public security and has paid owed amounts.
The charges against you will be removed and you will not have a student conduct record for this incident.
Liverpool are facing calls to transfer him over his conduct record.
And the injunction was rejected as well, because Ms de Crean had already given Caterpillar an undertaking not to release any confidential information and the judges said this was sufficient, looking at her good conduct record.
Regardless of what type of student behaviors make up their historical conduct record, both middle and high school students identify debate's positive impact on reading as a consensus explanation for their own improved conduct performance.
According to his army papers, Piperides joined the army in June 1940, and was discharged in 1948 with a good conduct record.
In deciding this penalty, the Appeals Panel gave due consideration to Mr Bryan's previous conduct record.
The documents provide a wealth of information for genealogists and family members, including name, next of kin, service details, wounds suffered, and conduct record.
Despite this, his prison conduct record earned him many stints in Grafton and Katingal.
Up to this point, Asim's disciplinary and conduct record has been exemplary.