In this article Jeremy Braund describes the rationale behind the use of discrete classes in education provision for people with mental health problems, focusing on: the advantages and disadvantages compared with mainstream provision. He goes on to pose a number of questions about this rationale, and invites more people to join the debate, to seek and provide answers.
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