The number of pupils excluded from school has risen sharply over
the past few years. To a great extent, this can be directly
attributed to the increased competition between schools, following
the introduction of the 1988 Education Reform Act. Many schools are
concerned that children with behavioural problems will damage the
image of the school and so can be reluctant to admit these pupils
to the classroom. However, little has been done to follow up what
happens to these pupils once they have been excluded from school,
or to examine ways in which their exclusion might be prevented.
This collection, written from a range of professional perspectives,
examines current trends in exclusion, including the consequences of
exclusion. It also gives practical guidance on preventative
strategies, based on real life experiences and examines how
professionals such as teachers, social workers and other support
agencies can work together to help to avoid exclusion.
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• Judith Milner
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