Breaking The Link Between School Exclusion And Social Exclusion


As mental ill health in young people rises, and more children are subject to interaction with social care services each year, more children are being educated in the alternative provision sector for excluded pupils. This IPPR report advocates that a programme should be established which develops expertise in the teaching profession, connecting exceptional teachers to schools for excluded children, and creates a community of leaders to drive increasing inclusion throughout our education system. Leadership Briefing 12.02 (134)

DATE: 11/10/2017

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