Williamson: Changes to SEND tribunals and EHC plans could be made permanent


Emergency changes to services for children with special education needs and disabilities (SEND), including the way SEND tribunals are run, could be made permanent once lockdown measures are lifted, the Education Secretary has suggested.

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson addressed the education select committee. Picture: Parliament UK
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson addressed the education select committee. Picture: Parliament UK

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