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The Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and Alternative Provision Green Paper


Auteur(s) :  Robert Long, Nerys Roberts

Editeur(s) :  House of Commons Library

Date :  04/2022

 

In September 2019, the Government announced a review of the system of support for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in England. The system supports children and young people aged 0-25, and aims to unify support across education, healthcare, and social services.
The current system was introduced in 2014, and five years after its inception the review aimed to take a wholesale look at how the system was functioning, with particular focus on issues such as:
• How the system could provide the highest quality support
• The balance of funding between mainstream and specialist education settings
• Incentives and accountability for schools, colleges, and local authorities
• Understanding rising numbers of children and young people receiving formal Education, Health, and Care Plans (EHCPs) for support

SOMMAIRE

1. Special Educational Needs and Disability: Support in England
2. The SEND Review and call for evidence on funding
3. Alternative Provision
4. The SEND Review Green Paper
5. Reaction to the Green Paper
6. Annex: statistics



Télécharger le document :  https://researchbriefings.files.parliament.uk/.../CBP-9526.pdf


mot(s) clé(s) :  besoins éducatifs particuliers, inclusion