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The Royal Society of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce survey teachers on their views on exclusions

The Royal Society of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce survey teachers on their views on exclusions

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The Royal Society of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce have published the results of a survey of teachers concerning their views on the use of exclusions. The report finds that despite high levels of exclusions, the majority of teachers interviewed do not feel that schools are “too quick” to exclude pupils. Teachers were found to be largely supportive of the use of exclusions and classroom removals with 86% agreeing that this ability was “essential to provide a good education for all pupils.” However, 79% of teachers agreed that pupils being repeatedly removed from lessons “often has a detrimental impact on a pupil’s learning” 

The report can be found in full, here

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