One in 10 children ‘removed from school unofficially’, study finds

As many as one in 10 children experienced “unexplained exits” from their school, with the rate being highest in large multi-academy trusts, a major study has found.

One in 10 pupils experienced an ‘unexplained exit’ from school last year, a study has found. 

report by the Education Policy Institute found that 10.1 per cent of children who finished their GCSEs in 2017 experienced exits at some point during their time at secondary school that “cannot be accounted for”.

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