Social exclusion: exclusion from school

  title={Social exclusion: exclusion from school},
  author={Sheila Macrae and Meg Maguire and Linda Milbourne},
  journal={International Journal of Inclusive Education},
  pages={101 - 89}
This paper explores recent policy approaches aimed at addressing school exclusions. It begins by exploring some of the ways in which social exclusion is interpreted. The limitations of ‘weak’ versions that work indirectly to ‘blame’ the excluded and work ‘on’ this constituency rather than taking a broader view which encompasses those who exclude are critically evaluated. This is done through locating the debate in two UK settings: the context of exclusions from school and the policy context of… 
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