Inclusion: does it matter where pupils are taught?
Date: 13 Jul 2006
This report examines the factors that promote good outcomes across a range of different provision for pupils with learning difficulties and disabilities. It found effective provision was distributed equally between mainstream and special schools when certain factors were securely in place. However, more good or outstanding provision existed in resourced mainstream schools.
It will be of interest to schools, local authorities, Department for Education and Skills and all organisations interested in children with special educational needs.
This presentation can be used with a wide range of professionals working in education. For example, those with a strategic role for children’s services regionally or in a local authority, headteachers, teachers and other practitioners.
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