- Paperback / softback, 184 pages, 234 mm x 156 mm
- 1 Oct 2007
- Trentham Books Ltd
CONTENTS: The author's voice; 1. Exclusion, inclusion and discrimination in schools; 2. Marginalised and disaffected children; 3. Pathologising vulnerable children; 4. Difficult conversations; 5. Systems of schooling in England and Wales; 6. The myth of race; 7. A framework to support excluded pupils, and issues around its implication; 8. How educational providers can achieve inclusive practice; 9. The way we see it; Acknowledgements; References; Index.
"Richards throws the hard and oppressive gaze of the British school system back on itself. The result is an uncomfortable but necessary look at the ways in which UK schools represent sites of enduring post-colonial trauma for young British Caribbean-African students, their parents and their communities."