Schools urged to avoid exclusion

6th July 2012 at 01:00

English schools are being asked to carry out wide-ranging assessments of their most unruly pupils before employing the ultimate sanction: exclusion. Children's minister Sarah Teather told the commons education select committee that serial suspensions of pupils should trigger assessments from educational psychologists and other experts to find out what is making children disruptive at school.

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