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Special Educational Needs: Reforming provision in English schools

Special Educational Needs: Reforming provision in English schools

This report considers potential reforms to the approach to SEN in England in the context of broader educational issues and policy changes. It also considers specific problems such as what SEN is, and how the government should approach inclusion before making further recommendations to improve assessment, funding and provision.

Designing Student Loans To Protect Low Earners

Designing Student Loans To Protect Low Earners

Designing Student Loans To Protect Low Earners outlines a new way to run student loans that will save taxpayers’ money while making sure that everyone equipped with enough talent and ambition can go to university. The proposals would see interest repayments on loans match the actual cost of borrowing by the Government.

Teacher Expertise for Special Educational Needs

Teacher Expertise for Special Educational Needs

The research note recommends that all teachers should receive at least some SEN training as part of their initial training and that teachers in specialist roles should have or be working towards specialist qualifications specifically relevant to the needs of the children they are teaching.

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