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Reducing disproportionate exclusions of Black Caribbean and mixed White/Black Caribbean pupils: Training materials

In November 2005 the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) High Level Group on Race Equality identified the issue of exclusions of Black pupils as a priority area for action. This led to an in-depth Priority Review published in September 2006 (Exclusion of Black pupils priority review: Getting it. Getting it right). The review refers generally to the ‘exclusion gap’ where the concern is focused on disproportionate exclusion rates for Black pupils, with an emphasis on permanent exclusions of Black Caribbean boys from secondary schools.

On this page are training materials to accompany the DVD 'Reducing disproportionate exclusions of Black Caribbean and mixed White/Black Caribbean pupils' (Ref: 00637-2008DVD-EN).

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