Gypsy, traveller and black Caribbean pupils ‘twice as likely to be permanently excluded from school’

The Independent reports …

The permanent exclusion rate for Gypsy and Roma, Irish traveller and black Caribbean children was at least double that for all students in England over the 2018-2019 academic year, new statistics show. These pupils were the most disproportionately expelled over this period, a breakdown of data by different ethnicities showed.

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