Special feature: Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)
Issue 261 | Page 6 | Published Sep 2015
The inclusion of special educational needs and disabled (SEND) students in the classrooms of mainstream schools can be a cause of concern for the teacher. With the new changes to schools' progress measures coming into effect in 2016, showing that all children are making progress can be challenging. With the right training and guidance however, it needn't be.
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