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The grey areas of exclusion

By: Cutting, Andy.
Contributor(s): Hagerty, Flynn.
Series: Your Autism Magazine Education Supplement 48 (2) 2014: 20-21.Publisher: 2014Subject(s): AUTISM | SCHOOLS | EDUCATION | EXCLUSION | LEGAL ISSUES | GREAT BRITAINSummary: Argues that not all exclusions (UK) are black and white, and some unofficial exclusionary practices taking places in schools are having a negative effect on children with autism. Exclusions of this kind, which may not be fixed term or permanent can make it harder for parents to fight for the rights of their child. Covers 'grey areas of exclusion', why schools bend the rules on exclusion, informal exclusions, part time timetables, internal exclusion, managed moves and exclusion from school trips and school clubs.
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Argues that not all exclusions (UK) are black and white, and some unofficial exclusionary practices taking places in schools are having a negative effect on children with autism. Exclusions of this kind, which may not be fixed term or permanent can make it harder for parents to fight for the rights of their child. Covers 'grey areas of exclusion', why schools bend the rules on exclusion, informal exclusions, part time timetables, internal exclusion, managed moves and exclusion from school trips and school clubs.

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