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Xcluder® Nov 23
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IETM Nov 23
Join our partner 's CAMP on 10-11 December and explore how, in this era of isolation and , of divisions and partitions, of segregation and , could play an active role in opening up new forms of community relations to emerge. ⬇️
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Urban Studies Journal Nov 22
Latest article from , and Min Zhang presents a comparative analyses of at bespoke scales
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Lesley Martin Nov 24
My town planning dissertation on Glasgow's 'peripheral estates' explored the problem of lack of nearby amenities; yet decades later it's not been solved; this is a creative and meaningful way to refresh that old old problem of
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Axel Bruns Nov 27
📙 New M/C Journal issue now available: '', edited by Susanne Eichner and .
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Hussein Hussein Nov 23
First session post induction week with a young king in year 9, who has been out of education for 2 full years, and he was mashing it up!
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#mynameiskaren 🌈 💙RGN BSc Hons SCPHN HV Nov 24
Highly recommend you watch this evenings channel 4 news on catch up. powerfully raising awareness of and
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Veronica Richards Nov 25
One of the many issues facing are HR reviewing CVs through pre-Covid (and pre-Brexit) eyes. The world of work and ways of working have changed dramatically. Attitudes need to change too - bias comes in many forms
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Ashok Bharti Nov 24
It is shocking that a helpless Family being forced to erect a wall on themselves? Does govt of UP supports of Dalits there?
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Mike Chitty Nov 21
Psychological support for senior leaders? Psychological support for anyone that needs it surely?
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Parentkind Nov 24
Thousands of children with special educational needs were only offered support after they were excluded from school, the BBC reports.
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Anne Pinney Nov 23
"There can be no doubt that until children have their social, emotional and mental health needs met they will not be able to participate and learn in school." Lack of difficulties exacerbated by policies &
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Julie Randles Nov 24
Hear hear . Young people at risk of , at whatever age, are so often forgotten about
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Mark Watson-Gandy Nov 25
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ACEs Canada is AntiRacist Nov 25
According to what undermines healthy childhood: The solution: by supporting parents including addressing poverty and & support schools in building by ensuring
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Policy Press Nov 23
Provides a powerful tool to challenge conventional discourses and analyses on identity, and . Available via
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Lisa Cherry Nov 24
Kendra Houseman saying it how it is on regarding
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James Willats Nov 25
🌜‘Schools are responsible for those children who are excluded,’ says Robert Halfon MP 'We began by asking Kendra Houseman about the importance of early intervention.'
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Bron: learning fm history | Due Process matters🍍 Nov 24
Replying to @Josieamycashman
If they were being honorable, there would likely be less noise, less ganging up. They would seek and find common ground (sit in dirt)...not insist that researchers do subject 101 in ........ They still at stage not wanting to share what can be shared =
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Dr Nicola Rollock Nov 24
Listening to re early intervention, school and links to criminal activity. Definitely getting old cos remember report by Social Exclusion Unit published in 1997 on very issue. Curious why this remains entrenched problem.
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