Government urged to put special educational needs reforms on hold

Joe Lepper
Tuesday, November 20, 2012

The government has been urged to delay legislation to overhaul support for children with special educational needs (SEN), over concerns that the law could be changed before the proposed reforms have been properly tested.

Campaigners are concerned the bill is being introduced before the reforms have been tested. Image: NTI
Campaigners are concerned the bill is being introduced before the reforms have been tested. Image: NTI

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