01/01/2010 Education Sociology
DOI: 10.1057/9780230277335_9 SemanticScholar ID: 156936569 MAG: 2494414145

The Experiences of Pupils Educated Otherwise

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This chapter summarises the case study research we undertook with young people whose educational experiences make them potentially among the most marginalised in society. This work was undertaken with groups of young people in the French-speaking Community of Belgium and in England. These are pupils who, for a range of educational, social, medical and emotional reasons, are educated separately from the majority of young people in our schools. Precisely because of this, an understanding of their experiences of being treated fairly is crucial to our research in this area.

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Prof. Stephen Gorard

University of Durham - Professor in the School of Education

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