Almost one in three students expelled from Victorian government schools during the first year of the pandemic had a disability, up from one in seven the previous year, in a pattern of exclusion that youth disability advocates warn is merely “the tip of the iceberg”.
The official number of student expulsions fell to 68 in 2020, the lowest number in a decade, as most students spent well over 100 days learning remotely.Read full story... (off-site)
- Education, Training, Early Intervention
- Adam Carey
- The Age
- Date published:
- Tue 12th Apr, 2022