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Rising number of exclusions: a worrying trend

The DfE has published the data for exclusions during the 2015/16 school year. https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/permanent-and-fixed-period-exclusions-in-england-2015-to-2016 The number of permanent exclusions across all state-funded primary, secondary and special schools has increased from 5,795 in 2014/15 to 6,685 in 2015/16.  537 more words

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Q. We recently had an insurance carrier exclude windstorm by adding BP 01 20 to a BOP policy and CP 10 57 to a commercial package policy and both policies were for locations not on the Texas coast.   322 more words

School Exclusions: An Expensive Road to Failure

This is a sad report from my old Local Authority, Nottingham City, showing that the brutal tool of exclusions is still widely used as a way of deflecting student issues… 579 more words

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Monthly Exclusions


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AEU Longshore Blog ISSUE: Clerical Exclusion - Part II

This is a continuation of the discussion of the “clerical exclusion” contained in section 2(3)(A) of the Longshore Act (click here for Part One… 880 more words

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Europe and exclusions lead the Sri world

Europe first. And exclusions first, too. In my view, these are the two key elements emerging from the much-awaited Global Sustainable Investment Review 2016 693 more words

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AEU Longshore Blog ISSUE: Clerical Exclusion - Part One

Clerical workers are excluded from Longshore Act coverage.

Section 2(3)(A) (33 U.S.C. section 902(3)(A)) of the Longshore Act states:

“The term ‘employee’ means any person engaged in maritime employment, including any longshoreman or other person engaged in longshoring operations, and any harbor-worker including a ship repairman, shipbuilder, and ship-breaker, but such term does not include – 835 more words

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