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A new flagship centre for disabled children has been opened by Westminster City Council.
Robert Halfon MP has raised concerns over the effectiveness of the DfE's Opportunity Area programme in improving children's outcomes.
One in three councils are concerned they will run out of funding to provide statutory services such as child protection by the end of this Parliament.
The National Deaf Children's Society and the Royal National Institute of Blind People say the £700,000 cuts to SEND support in Hampshire are potentially unlawful.
A landmark High Court case against the Government’s funding for special educational needs will be heard tomorrow.
A high court judge is to decide whether the move by Buckinghamshire County Council to close 19 of its 35 children’s centres is unlawful.
The Government is being urged to reverse the benefits freeze and two-child limit in a new report, which suggests ministers are in denial about the proliferation of extreme poverty in the UK.
The education secretary is inviting schools and local authorities to put forward ideas to improve the funding system for pupils with SEND.
Lambeth Council has approved the closure of five of its children’s centres, while those in other parts of the country are also under threat.
Under-fives living in disadvantaged areas are to benefit from additional help with their early speech and communication skills, as part of a £6.5m investment from the DfE.
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