Excluded pupils 'abandoned by schools'

By Sean Coughlan, BBC News education and family correspondent, 25th July 2018

Too many pupils are being pushed out of mainstream classes in England and abandoned with an inadequate education, says a report from MPs.

The education select committee warns of a "Wild West" approach to the education provided for pupils who have been excluded from school.

There were also concerns about schools removing pupils to boost their position in league tables.

Committee chair Robert Halfon warned of too many "forgotten children".

He said schools showed a "lack of moral accountability" in what happened to pupils after they had been moved out of mainstream lessons.

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