Guide aims to improve education for children in custody

Fiona Simpson
Friday, July 1, 2022

New guidelines designed to tackle “woefully inadequate” education for children in custody have been published to “outline key steps that practitioners can take to address the problem”.

Experts are calling for greater support for children with SEND in custody. Picture: Seventyfour/Adobe Stock
Experts are calling for greater support for children with SEND in custody. Picture: Seventyfour/Adobe Stock

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