With the growing government emphasis on inclusion, the role of special schools has become marginalised in education policy. Yet for many children, inclusion in the mainstream is a route to failure. Howard Sharron met a head teacher of a special school, who has asked to remain anonymous, to discuss three children who failed to make it in the mainstream.
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