Committee to press government on SEND commitments


A group of cross-party MPs are pressing the government to deliver on a pledge to radically overhaul special education needs and disabilities (SEND) support following its long-awaited response to an inquiry into the quality of provision.

Education committee chair Robert Halfon says he will write to Gavin Williamson to find out how the government intends to “fix the flaws” of the SEND system. Picture: Crown Copyright
Education committee chair Robert Halfon says he will write to Gavin Williamson to find out how the government intends to “fix the flaws” of the SEND system. Picture: Crown Copyright

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