SCHOOL SUSPENSIONS AND EXCLUSIONS: MORE HARM THAN GOOD?

April 6, 2018

SCHOOL SUSPENSIONS AND EXCLUSIONS: MORE HARM THAN GOOD?

Dr David Armstrong from Flinders University has recently published an article on The Conversation website titled "Why suspending or expelling students often does more harm than good." Research over the years has shown that young people who are suspended or excluded from school tend to be further disadvantaged and more at risk of engaging in substance use, become involved in criminal activity or develop mental health concerns. This article explores how our school system accommodates disadvantaged students and how we can best respond.

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