If you want to complain about exclusions, then first ensure that the education of the most vulnerable is properly funded

It may appear caring for the UK government and the public to be horrified by high-exclusion rates[1], but it is actually the height of hypocrisy. In one of the many wonderful scenes in the 1986 film the Mission, Don Cabeza, an eighteenth-century Spanish slaver, makes his case to an ecclesiastical court and attempts to justify… Continue reading If you want to complain about exclusions, then first ensure that the education of the most vulnerable is properly funded

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