Rejection fear for homeless

Tes Editorial

Schools could start rejecting thousands of homeless children whose attendance and academic record might damage their position in league tables, according to a report published this week by the housing charity Shelter. Increased competition between schools means children living in temporary accommodation can change schools up to three times a year, the report No Place to Learn found.

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