'The Guardian view on special educational needs: segregation is not the answer'

19 March 2019

Click here to read the full article in The Guardian online.

In relation to this article, we thought you may be interested in a new publication of ours, 'On the Fringes' by Jackie Ward.

In On the Fringes: Preventing exclusion in schools through inclusive, child-centred, needs-based practice, Jackie Ward opens up the debate surrounding school exclusion and its link to special educational needs (SEN), and shares action-oriented strategies designed to bring about a more inclusive approach.


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