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Nurseries, playgroups and primary schools are being invited to register and get involved in the annual Chatterbox Challenge by I CAN, running early in 2011.

The priority for children with special educational needs must be ensuring that they receive the right support rather than inclusion in mainstream education at all costs, according to a report by the think-tank Policy Exchange.

Nursery nurses working with children with special needs in Northamptonshire are to have their pay cut by 25 per cent - more than 4,000 - from next April because they will lose their special needs allowance.

Early intervention and inclusion services in Darlington look set to face cuts of 1.4m if cost-saving proposals by the local authority are given the green light.

A longstanding underinvestment in social housing coupled with the latest CSR restrictions on housing benefits risks creating a perfect storm that Government should avoid, says Mary Evans.

Offering a children's centre alongside other services puts this place at the heart of the community in a deprived inner city area, says Annette Rawstrone.

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder could be genetic rather than caused by a bad diet, as commonly suggested, says a new study.

Just 3 per cent of exceptionally gifted children go on to fulfil their potential later in life, according to a new study.

Children's minister Sarah Teather has asked early years practitioners, parents, teachers and local authorities to offer their ideas for how to make the education system easier for children with special educational needs and their families.

Special needs expert Peter Limbrick is presenting a two-day course on the Team Around the Child system (13 October, in London).

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