Inclusion Trust exists to re-imagine how alternative approaches to education can help 'pushed out’ learners to grow, learn and achieve.

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The Alternative Should not be Inferior:

What now for ‘Pushed Out’ Learners?

Inclusion Trust has released a new report based on a roundtable debate involving sector experts. It draws together participants’ perspectives and sets out a series of tensions as well as areas of common agreement for those working within Alternative and Mainstream Education.

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Maggie Kalnins CEO of Inclusion Trust interviewing John Bosselman, an expert from High Tech High (HTH)  after a Project Based learning workshop which Inclusion Trust hosted in June 2015.

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Went to see #MLTSFilm Brilliant challenge on how we still 'do' old school. Shame producers don't embrace new distribution @Innovation_Unit

In education and committed to inclusion? Take note.Excellent questioning from @anitakntweets notdeadfish.co.uk/blogs/86qlv521… @louise2198649 @LKMco

DIY schooling on the rise as more parents opt for home education gu.com/p/4t73b/stw why is this ?