In English SEN
Perhaps in response to growing public expression that the recent legislation to rejig public services for children and young people with 'special educational needs' is not producing the goods, the Government is responding to the problem in one of the few ways that it knows, chuck money at it – particularly, buy 'stuff'.
The English Department of Education has announced £216,000,000 –
To transform the lives of thousands of children with special educational needs and disabilities, by increasing school capacity and making it easier for them to access good school places
To transform lives...?
The investment can be used in mainstream schools, including academies, free schools and grammar schools, special units, special schools, early years settings, further education colleges or other provision for children and young people aged from 0-25...