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Too clever to have SEN?

Councils are not meeting their legal obligations to people with high functioning autism, writes Ed Duff 

Supporting deafblind children in Kenya

Clair Watson visits an East-African specialist unit that’s setting new standards for SEN support. In 2002, it was estimated that 5.9 million children attended primary...

Helping children with Down’s syndrome to learn

Gillian Bird provides a useful guide to help teachers understand the learning profile associated with Down’s syndrome

SEN legal Q&A: planning for change

Specialist SEN solicitor Douglas Silas answers questions about the move from statements of SEN to the new education, health and care plans

System failure

Councils are floundering as they struggle to put SEN reforms into practice, says Ed Duff 

SEN legal Q&A: the new SEN system

Specialist SEN solicitor Douglas Silas answers key questions about the new SEN system

Comprehension is key

Anita Devi looks at how comprehension strategies can assist learners with reading

Serious challenges face education system, say Ofsted

The “battle against mediocrity” is slowly being won but major barriers continue to prevent England’s education system from competing with the best in the...

Educate the educators

Alison Cox makes a plea for better instruction and information on SEN for both teachers and parents

Fuelling education

Joseph Williams looks at how schools can conserve energy and save money for educational spending

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...

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