Monday, 29 November 2010

Not Present and Not Correct

A new publication from Barnardos tackles the issue of school exclusions by claiming that excluding disruptive pupils can cost three times as much as supporting them in mainstream schools. The report goes on to argue that this money could be better targetted at early interventions with families and on support within mainstream schools.

The full title of the report is Not Present and Not Correct: Understanding and Preventing School Exclusions, and it can be accessed in full from this link.

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