Are SEND Reforms Fully Supporting Children?

In June 2014, a new special education needs (SEN) code of practice was introduced, implementing changes that hoped to improve education planning for children and young adults with special education needs and disabilities (SEND). Samantha Hale, Education Law specialist at Maxwell Gillott, a trading style of Simpson Millar LLP, looks into current research on how the law is performing and avenues for legal redress. Leadership Briefing 10.05(113)

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