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Introduction Background The reported study is one of an ongoing series of small-scale collaborative research projects undertaken by researchers at the Universities of Plymouth and Exeter that focus on exclusionary practices in schools in England and the perspectives of varied stakeholders on illegal exclusionary practices (Done & Knowler, 2020a, 2020b, 2020c, 2021; Done et al., […]

November 11, 2021


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Tags: British, children, Island, Misfit


Categories: autism

Source: UK Guardian: There is a growing unregistered sector due to the lack of places for children in alternative care. “The big question for me is: what happened out there? “Have children suddenly behaved worse?” —British Education Officer By Anne Dachel – Visit Loss of Brain Trust for thousands of childhood death accounts. As I […]