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Not present and not correct: Understanding and preventing school exclusions

Author : Jane Evans (2010)

Price : Free

Not present and not correct draws on Barnardo's experience of working with young people at risk of exclusion to present an in-depth, costed study of four models of early intervention and alternative provision which support young people to continue learning and manage their behaviour for the long term.

Poor and disadvantaged young people, like those Barnardo's works with, are far more likely to be excluded from school than their better-off classmates. For many, bad behaviour in the classroom is a result of real difficulties outside school and exclusion does little to improve their behaviour.


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