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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 more detailed breakdown of the EYFS Profile statistics, published today, shows that the gap has widened between children with special educational needs and their peers.
A new study has found that the behavioural problems of many disabled children worsen between the ages of three and seven.
New statutory guidance on how early years providers should support children with special educational needs and disabilities has been approved by Parliament.
Expert-led education can ‘marginalise children’ and sometimes lead to ‘oppression and racism’ an academic has warned.
A charity has launched a new campaign to raise awareness among pregnant women of a virus that can cause disabilities in children.
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 announced the 11 pathfinder champions that will help councils prepare for new reforms coming into effect from September.
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.
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