The conditions for school success: Examining educational exclusion and dropping out

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This book analyses the role played by schools themselves in the high rates of educational exclusion and dropping out that affects many European education systems. The author frames the analysis according to three aspects of justice - redistribution, recognition and care - to explore both how teachers explain and react to the processes of educational failure and early school leaving, and how young people make sense and cope with the same failures. Using extensive qualitative data from schools in the Barcelona area, the author analyses the impact of school segregation, methods for managing diversity and teaching expectations: and subsequently how they can contribute to the production and reproduction of the risks of failure and ESL in contemporary education systems. This book will be of interest and value to students and scholars of educational exclusion, as well as school leaders.

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Tarabini, A. (2018). The conditions for school success: Examining educational exclusion and dropping out. The Conditions for School Success: Examining Educational Exclusion and Dropping Out (pp. 1–111). Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-02523-6

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