Learning The Hard Way – A Strategy For Special Educational N

How best to educate children with learning difficulties is much disputed. Some make the case for teaching them in special schools, other for integrating them in mainstream schools. This report argues that this so called 'inclusion' debate misses the fundamental point: that it is parents, rather than politicians or officials, who are best placed to decide where their children should go to school. It therefore sets out a strategy to ensure that parental choice, rather than 'expert' opinion, will drive policy in the future. Folder: Leadership Briefings Issue 3.06 (30)

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