Charity's plea on discipline

28th October 2005 at 01:00
Excluded pupils are likely to re-offend unless they are involved in their disciplinary process, according to a report by the charity Save the Children.

The report, titled A Fair Hearing, said that pupils often felt confused about what was happening to them and their alienation boiled over into anger and frustration.

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