Children in care disproportionately subject to unexplained school exits, study finds

Joanne Parkes
Thursday, April 18, 2019

A third of pupils subject to "unexplained exits" from school are in the social care system, according to the largest study of the trend published today.

Schools minister David Laws said the cuts to ESG helped government protect frontline schools budgets. Credit: UNP
Schools minister David Laws said the cuts to ESG helped government protect frontline schools budgets. Credit: UNP

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