Exclusion rates higher for some BAME pupils, data shows

Tes reports …

Figures published today by the Department for Education show that the rate of fixed-period exclusions as a proportion of the overall school population was 5.36 in 2018-19. But this rate almost doubled for children of both white and black Caribbean and black Caribbean heritage, at 10.69 and 10.37 respectively, the data shows.

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