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Social Inclusion: Would Dickens Approve?
Discusses exclusion of ethnic minority students from school in Britain as it reflects the operation of complex differential expectations and assumptions. Data from several studies show that exclusions have been racialized and that black boys are often excluded or disciplined for showing culturally specific behaviors. (SLD)
Author/Creator: Nickson, Kathleen
Date Published: Sum
Journal/Secondary Title: Mct
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