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If you are a Black Afro-Caribbean boy with special needs and eligible for free school meals you are 168 times more likely to be permanently excluded from a state funded school than a white girl, from a middle class family with no special needs. Susannah Strong looks at the findings of the Children’s Commissioner’s Inquiry Report on Exclusion

DATE: 01/06/2012
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