Alternative provision providers believe schools permanently exclude pupils to escape funding obligations
Education secretary reveals that he is considering holding schools accountable for pupils they exclude
When it comes to alternative provision, teachers need better training and pupils need proper support, writes Pamela Dow
Home Office study reportedly says gangs groom PRU pupils
The system of 'redoublage', which seeks to avoid exclusion, is worth debating, says this teacher-writer
Remote-controlled robot with rotating head allows children to join in with class from hospital
Pioneering researcher tells World Down Syndrome Congress that all children benefit from fully inclusive education
One teacher shares the wisdom he's picked up from teaching prisoners – tips that he’s carried into the primary classroom
On Sats results day, this headteacher forgot about the data and celebrated something way, way more important
Birmingham sees significant fall in permanent exclusions after it stopped commissioning alternative provision places
Understanding how the brain works will help teachers get better at managing behaviour, says a former school counsellor
Out of one horrific incident, the bravery and the resilience of both teacher and pupils shines through
Brookside academy is a 30-place specialist provision that offers education and year-round “wraparound” and short-break care for children
Taking practical steps to support children with autism could cut the number of school exclusions, says charity director
Case of pupil whose relative died in fire tragedy cited in call for change over exclusions
Giving teachers ongoing SEND training would reduce the chances of pupils being segregated, says expert
Rising exclusions can stop schools from being 'inclusive spaces for all children', argues the acting CEO of Parentkind
Our Sendco columnist explains the truth behind some common misconceptions
The quality and quantity of independent alternative provision across the country revealed by crowd-sourcing research
Our Sendco columnist explains how to handle difficult situations that can arise involving parents of SEND children
Nick Gibb says that government will look at holding schools at least partially accountable for excluded pupils' results
Fragmentation of the school system has led to an increase in exclusions in some areas, Ofsted tells MPs' committee
Inclusive schools that do 'the right thing' and accept pupils are being penalised under Progress 8, research shows
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'I made the decision to go back onto antidepressants – it was either that or quit teaching for good'
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A 'roadmap' of changes to alternative provision is developed...
Four fifths of school leaders are cutting teaching...