Engaging the disengaged

Whether they are disrupting lessons, playing truant or simply prefer to daydream, young people who have disengaged from learning need immediate attention, or risk having their life chances severely curtailed. In her second article on the subject, Louise Kinnaird looks at some of the tried-and-tested ways schools can combat disengagement.

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