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The government was making “brutal cuts” to special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) funding. The cuts would have a “significant adverse effect” on the education and job prospects of disabled children.
The inquiry by the Commons education select committee will investigate the impact of major reforms to the special educational needs and disability (SEND) system that were introduced four years ago through the Children and Families Act.
As per recommendations given to the NSW, there is a possibility for significant changes in the provision of education to children with a disability.
Thanks to some innovative thinking by this school, a child with autism has a role to play and is enjoying school a lot more.
School teachers are struggling to adequately support students with complex needs and school environments allow abuse to occur.
Tips for creating an inclusive and accessible educational environment.
A comprehensive guide to disability integration in mainstream schools and education - developed by parents of children with disabilities.
A terrific book outlining the contribution that Len Barton has made to disability research and inclusive education.
Universities still have many accessibility and equality problems and students with disabilities must fit in as best they can rather than necessarily have all their access needs taken care of.
The disability sector and parents are very concerned over plans by the NDIA (NDIS agency) to bring in a new transport scheme for sending disabled children to school for their education.
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