An advisory group to the Minister for Education has recommended that teachers should be "upskilled" to better deal with disruptive behaviour in schools.
The National Council for Special Education says such a move would both improve student behaviour and provide a safer atmosphere in schools.
Inappropriate behaviour, such as sustained verbal or physical violence, is a significant issue in schools across the country.
Last year, the NCSE allocated over €200m worth of additional teaching resources as a result of behavioural issues in schools.
The blueprint recommends that every teacher is upskilled in the management of behaviour, with one teacher in every school given specialist training in behaviour management.
The NCSE has also suggested the implementation of early intervention strategies for pupils, mirrored on successful programmes in other countries.
Speaking on RTÉ's Morning Ireland, head of special education at the NCSE Mary Byrne said such training could be undertaken in a three-day seminar.