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Are excluded students any different from mainstream? Part 2

Are excluded students any different from mainstream? Part 2

Anonymous

14th July 2018

Hello fellow students. I am here to argue about the fact that mainstream students are no different to excluded students.

Yeah excluded students can be a pain in the back side but that doesn’t make us any different. Mainstream students may be able to cope in being in big groups but excluded students might not, but that doesn’t make us any different.

I know we all say we are different in our own way and that’s because we are, but that’s not a bad thing and it doesn’t mean we should be treated differently because we shouldn’t be.

 

Yes us excluded students may be loud but that’s probably because we are going through personal stuff at the minute and I bet mainstream students are loud or in a mood when they are feeling down and going through stuff. I know you may be thinking why didn’t you tell or speak to anyone, well that is probably because we felt alone and didn’t really trust anyone with our personal issues and we should all be proud that we are all different so start treating everyone that same and don’t leave mainstream students out.

Are excluded students any different from mainstream?