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Deacon, Lesley, Macdonald, Stephen J and Donaghue, Jacob (2020) “What’s wrong with you, are you stupid?”: Listening to the biographical narratives of adults with dyslexia in an age of ‘inclusivity’ and ‘anti-discriminatory’ practice. Disability & Society. ISSN 0968-7599

Martin-Denham, Sarah and Donaghue, Jacob (2020) The impact and measure of adverse childhood experiences: Reflections of undergraduates and graduates in England. Journal of Public Health, ahead. p. 1. ISSN 0943-1853

Martin-Denham, Sarah and Donaghue, Jacob (2020) Executive Summary: A review of fixed-period and permanent school exclusions in children with SEN and no SEN designation in the City of Sunderland. Project Report. University of Sunderland, Sunderland.

Martin-Denham, Sarah and Donaghue, Jacob (2020) Executive summary: What is the prevalence of primary and secondary types of Special Educational Needs (SEN) in the City of Sunderland? A national comparative analysis of school census data. Project Report. University of Sunderland, Sunderland.

Martin-Denham, Sarah and Donaghue, Jacob (2020) Out of sight, out of mind? Managed moves in England. UNSPECIFIED.

Martin-Denham, Sarah and Donaghue, Jacob (2020) What is the prevalence of primary and secondary types of Special Educational Needs (SEN) in the City of Sunderland? A national comparative analysis of school census data. Project Report. University of Sunderland.

Martin-Denham, Sarah and Donaghue, Jacob (2020) A review of fixed-period and permanent school exclusions in children with SEN and no SEN designation in the City of Sunderland. Project Report. University of Sunderland.

Martin-Denham, Sarah and Donaghue, Jacob (2020) Excluding children for no real reason: What is the extent of the use of the category ‘other’ in reporting the reasons for fixed and permanent school exclusion in England? University of Sunderland, Sunderland.

Martin-Denham, Sarah, Donaghue, Jacob and Benstead, Helen (2017) The prevalence of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) identified in young people, aged 3-16, across the City of Sunderland: University of Sunderland, School of Education. Project Report. University of Sunderland/ Sunderland City Council.

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