A lternative narratives of social exclusion

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The case of school exclusion. Dr Louise Gazeley. University of Sussex. Families and parenting. Social and educational (dis)-advantage. Compensatory approaches, meritocracy or systemic change?. Social mobility and fair access?. ID: 277489 Download Presentation

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Alternative narratives of social exclusion

The case of school exclusion

Dr Louise Gazeley

University of Sussex


Families and parenting


Social and educational (dis)-advantage


Compensatory approaches, meritocracy or systemic change?


Social mobility and fair access?


Exclusion from school

Notion of an ‘underclass’ – cultural deficit, poor parenting, social deprivation

Interventions and sanctions that limit access to mainstream educational opportunities and qualifications - shape

future trajectories whilst also re-producing


Disproportionate impact on specific social groups – often those least powerfully positioned to resist

Contributory factor in


ocial exclusion - not just a product of it

Importance of the role of teachers as ‘agents for change’ – role of Initial Teacher Education in this

Policy conceptualisations of ‘disadvantage’ and meritocratic, neo-liberal ideology part of what would need to change to deliver a more socially just education system


Aspiring to a more socially just education system?



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