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Every learner matters and matters equally

by Mel Ainscow ‘Fixed-term exclusions in the most deprived areas of England have gone up by over 70% in the last four years.’ ‘Where did all the GCSE pupils go – and why has no one noticed?’ ‘Councils report rise … Continue reading

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Primary schools responding to diversity

New research by inclusion and SEN experts Mel Ainscow and Alan Dyson, in partnership with Lisa Hopwood and Stephanie Thomson, shows how a fragmented school system is affecting vulnerable children. It raises issues about the way diversity is understood primarily in … Continue reading

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