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On borrowed time

With recent policy shifts towards social inclusion, school suspension and other exclusionary practices are outdated and seen as potentially harmful. Despite this, they are still common. In 2007, 12 per cent of Year 10 Victorian students aged 15 to 16 years reported they had been suspended at least once within 12 months.

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