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Special educational needs teaching to be shaken up

Special needs reform to end parents' 'frustration'

The biggest shake-up of special needs education for 30 years has been launched by Lib Dem minister Sarah Teather.

Opinion Former Articles

  • Cameron criticises 'hysterical' reaction

    Cameron hits back at 'naive' opponents

    David Cameron has been forced to rebuke his backbench MPs, as the Conservative party threatens to fracture over the issue of grammar schools and the party's commitment to academic selection.

  • Kelly sent son to private school

    Public had 'right to know' Kelly chose private school

    Members of the public had a right to know a cabinet minister had sent her son to a private school as it raised important points for public debate, the Press Complaints Commission (PCC) has ruled.

  • Tony Blair makes keynote speech on education

    Blair: Education reforms must continue

    The "monochrome" of traditional state education must be reformed to a new system where young people have the choice to study what is best for them, Tony Blair has said.

  • Faith schools may have to take a percentage of their pupils from different religions

    Faith school allocations to be revised

    Faith schools in Britain will be required to reserve at least one quarter of their places to children not from the same religious background, according to a leaked government letter.

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