Government looks set to toughen guidelines on school exclusions

Gillen, Sally
January 2002
Community Care;1/31/2002, Issue 1407, p18
Focuses on the reaction of education specialists to the anti-exclusion guidelines imposed by the British government concerning school bullies. Content of the guidance; Focus of the government, according to the Department for Education and Skills; Confusion created by the guidelines; Interpretation of the decision to create extra pupil referral units.


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