Special educational needs and disabilities: Research evidence

Whitney Crenna-Jennings, associate director, mental health, Education Policy Institute
Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Study shows the extent of disparities in identification of children with special educational needs and disabilities regionally and between school types, highlighting the impact this has on accessing support.

A pupil’s school makes the biggest difference in what level of support is accessed. Picture: Monkey Business/Adobe Stock
A pupil’s school makes the biggest difference in what level of support is accessed. Picture: Monkey Business/Adobe Stock

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