Suspension rates soar across north west in 2021 as region tops state for students temporarily taken out of school

Caitlin Reid
By Caitlin Reid
Updated January 13 2022 - 12:51am, first published January 5 2022 - 9:52pm
LACK OF SERVICES: Armidale Teachers' Association president Michael Schiffer at a strike in Tamworth in December. Photo: Peter Hardin

INADEQUATE provision of support services is to blame for the region's high rates of school suspension, according to one local teacher.

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Caitlin Reid

Caitlin Reid

Journalist

Caitlin Reid is a journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, focussing on a range of topics including Tamworth Regional Council, education, property and entertainment. To get in touch, email caitlin.reid@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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