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View the PDF document Access, transition, and exclusion in lower secondary schools in Tonga
Author: Vakapuna, Viliami He-Vaha-'I Moana.
Institution: The University of the South Pacific
Award: M.A. Education
Subject: Education, Secondary | Tonga. High schools | Tonga. Education and state | Tonga.
Date: 2019
Call No.: Pac LB 1607 .53 .T6 V35 2019
BRN: 1385458
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Abstract: The patterns of access, transition, and exclusion in lower secondary schools in Tonga are strongly influenced by factors such as teachers, administrators, school environment, and students. This claim is based on the assumption that the issue of access has had a lack of attention from administrators and teachers, resulting in a growing number of students excluded from lower secondary schools. Therefore, the study explores the pattern of access in terms of Lewin’s (2007) “zones of exclusion model” which categorises the status of the students in the school into ‘at-risk’, ‘vulnerable’, and ‘secure enrolment zones’.
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