Informal Student Removals Report Launch

Published: Mon 17 Oct 2016 09:35 AM
YouthLaw - Informal Student Removals Report Launch – Embargoed Copy
YouthLaw is pleased to announce, through a generous grant of the Law Foundation, the launch of our report: Barriers to Education: The rise of informal removals of students in New Zealand. The report has investigated informal barriers to education primarily through collation of student stories shared by students who have experienced informal barriers to education. Disengagement from education has proven adverse outcomes in criminal justice and social welfare sectors. YouthLaw advocates for changes to existing regulatory frameworks to increase oversight and monitoring of disciplinary processes in schools.
I am writing to provide you with the link to an advanced copy of a report YouthLaw will be launching this coming Mondaycalled “Barriers to Education in New Zealand: The Rise of Informal Removals of Students in New Zealand”.
Please note, the report is embargoed until 4am on Monday 17 October 2016, at which point a final copy will be available from our website

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