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Levelling Up – How Can The Special Educational Needs and Disability Be Reformed?

Many parents remain committed to the 2014 SEND Reforms and the introduction of Education Health and Social Care Plans. But professionals are overwhelmed by them and say the system is dysfunctional. But the real problem is elsewhere, argues Professor Brian Lamb OBE.

It is 10 years since the UK Government published Support and Aspiration the original consultation document that mapped out what became the SEND reforms implemented in 2014. At the centre of the reforms was the intention to improve outcomes and increase aspiration for children and young people with SEND.

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