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Great expectations : supporting children and young people in out-of-home care to achieve at school /

By: Seal, Ian | Victoria. Child Safety CommissionerContributor(s): Baker, Robert A (ed.)Publication details: Melbourne, Vic. Child Safety Commissioner 2007 Description: PDFSubject(s): Children With Social Disabilities | Academic Achievement Social Aspects | Education Bibliography | TeachersOnline Resources: Electronic copy
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December 2007

Developed for the use of school principals, teachers and other school staff to support children and young people in out-of-home care, this guide focuses on improving educational outcomes for students in out-of-home care. It discusses the development of inclusive curriculum practices, including building relationships with carers and case workers, school engagement and wellbeing, excursions and activities, and responding to inappropriate behaviours. It explains why children and young people are placed in out-of home care and provides information about the legal frameworks and requirements relating to the best interests and safety of the child. The guide provides an overview of Australian and international research about educational outcomes, education deficit, developmental delay and behavioural issues for children and young people in out-of-home care.

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