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The Department for Education is giving an extra £31.7m to help local authorities implement special needs reforms.

The closure of a nursery in Tower Hamlets that provides services for deaf children ‘may be illegal’, the National Deaf Children’s Society has said.

A new study has found that the behavioural problems of many disabled children worsen between the ages of three and seven.

Expert-led education can ‘marginalise children’ and sometimes lead to ‘oppression and racism’ an academic has warned.

Four in ten parents of disabled three- and four-year-olds are unable to access their right to 15-hours of childcare, an investigation has found.

Reforms aimed at improving access to services for special needs children have been called the ‘biggest challenge of our generation’ by the minister introducing them.

The Government has issued guidance on special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities reforms that will come into force from September.

A DVD to support parents of blind or partially sighted children has been launched by Scottish sight-loss charities.

Scamps Day Nursery in Macclesfield is celebrating a hat trick of achievements.

More than one million children with special educational needs (SEN) could lose their right to mainstream education under changes within the Children and Families Bill, a charity has warned.