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'School Exclusions'
15 March 2024 1 min 56s
The rise and fall of Jordan Reed.
by Andrew MacGregor

Jordan Reed is the smartest kid on the block. He takes exams two years early and outplays "the baddest man in year eleven" at basketball. When a fight breaks out because of it, he knows not to get involved, but gets expelled anyway. Jordan knows his rights, so he asks children's charity Corum for help.

What follows is the comeback story of a lifetime: not only does the boy wonder get readmitted, he wins a bevy of prizes, opens the new school building, and gets scouted by NASA on the street. That should put a bow on the chummy narrator's story, right?

As it turns out, Jordan was unaware of his rights and never spoke to the advertised charity. He now works in a bowling alley where the narrator and his friends hang out—not the worst job in the world by any stretch of the imagination, but Corum know that kids like Jordan miss out due to a lack of resources and legal representation.

Product Category: Charities

Territory: UK



Editor: Beej Harris
Colourist: Fred Reed
Audio Mix: Ben Saunders

  Coram - 'School Exclusions'


Coram
'School Exclusions'
15 March 2024 1 min 56s

The rise and fall of Jordan Reed.

Jordan Reed is the smartest kid on the block. He takes exams two years early and outplays "the baddest man in year eleven" at basketball. When a fight breaks out because of it, he knows not to get involved, but gets expelled anyway. Jordan knows his rights, so he asks children's charity Corum for help.

What follows is the comeback story of a lifetime: not only does the boy wonder get readmitted, he wins a bevy of prizes, opens the new school building, and gets scouted by NASA on the street. That should put a bow on the chummy narrator's story, right?

As it turns out, Jordan was unaware of his rights and never spoke to the advertised charity. He now works in a bowling alley where the narrator and his friends hang out—not the worst job in the world by any stretch of the imagination, but Corum know that kids like Jordan miss out due to a lack of resources and legal representation.

Product Category: Charities

Territory: UK



Editor: Beej Harris
Colourist: Fred Reed
Audio Mix: Ben Saunders

Coram 15 March 2024
'School Exclusions' 1 min 56s

The rise and fall of Jordan Reed.

by Andrew MacGregor

Jordan Reed is the smartest kid on the block. He takes exams two years early and outplays "the baddest man in year eleven" at basketball. When a fight breaks out because of it, he knows not to get involved, but gets expelled anyway. Jordan knows his rights, so he asks children's charity Corum for help.

What follows is the comeback story of a lifetime: not only does the boy wonder get readmitted, he wins a bevy of prizes, opens the new school building, and gets scouted by NASA on the street. That should put a bow on the chummy narrator's story, right?

As it turns out, Jordan was unaware of his rights and never spoke to the advertised charity. He now works in a bowling alley where the narrator and his friends hang out—not the worst job in the world by any stretch of the imagination, but Corum know that kids like Jordan miss out due to a lack of resources and legal representation.

Product Category: Charities

Territory: UK



Editor: Beej Harris
Colourist: Fred Reed
Audio Mix: Ben Saunders