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Special Education — Expectations and the Law

September 8, 2013
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Special educational ensures that your child needs are met (legally) if they have learning difficulties that need special help at school.

Technically, it’s called a special education provision.

And there may be a special educational needs coordinator (SENCO) at the school who can look at your child’s needs, alongside the school’s governing body (often the local authority’s education department).


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