Don't Send Him in Tomorrow - reviewed by UKEd Chat

03 November 2016

Jarlath O™Brien˜s recently published title, Don™t Send Him in Tomorrow, has been reviewed by UKEd Chat, picking up an overall 9.4/10 rating based on content, authority and practical ideas amongst other criteria.

Click here to read the review and here to take a closer look at Jarlath™s book, which shines a light on the marginalised, disenfranchised and forgotten children of today™s schools.


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