NAHT warns on changes to SEND funding

June 2016
14-19 Learning & Skills Bulletin;6/15/2016, Issue 195, p4
The article reports on the National Association of Head Teachers' publication of "Getting it right: funding pupils with complex needs," a report which examined the British government's plan to revise the formula for funding of children with special education needs and disabilities.


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