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August 8, 2016

The Disability News Service have released a report focusing on SEN access, outcomes against the variables of funding cuts and local authority management of changes to SEN legislation.  Read more about it by clicking on the link. 

August 2, 2016

SEN World were deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Autism Speaks Co-Founder Suzanne Wright.  Suzanne was a truly inspirational person, who pioneered understanding and acceptance of Autism in the wider global community. Read more about her work on the link.

July 27, 2016

World Bank have released a report which analyses the positive steps a new scheme has achieved in preparing deaf children for formal schooling. Please follow link to read more.

July 26, 2016

The GOV & NCTL are working on a UK based project to provide 1000 female coaches for female education professionals.  Their target is 1000 coaches for 1000 aspiring leaders,covering all areas of the curriculum, school management and career progression. To apply for coac...

July 25, 2016

Follow the link below to find out what Dr Whaley has concluded in the most recent post, on the use of the co-worker employment model. 

July 20, 2016

Major issues addressed in the latest report. To read and download the full report follow the link.

July 12, 2016

The cost of academies is evaluated in this editorial from The Guardian.  At SEN World we believe the creation of academies has been very damaging to the education of young people with SEN.  To view the whole report please follow the link below. 

July 11, 2016

The Westminster Autism Commission have released a report which has focused on a call for National Clinical Lead for Autism.  We fully support this request, and see it as a significant step forward in improving the QOL for an autistic person and their families. Please f...

July 5, 2016

Significant issues raised with the latest report. To access and download report, please follow the link below.

The Arguments and Evidence behind Public-Private Partnerships in Education

Over the last few months, Liberia has become the site of and source for significant debate over its decision to initiate a large scale public-private partnership (PPP) in education. The new initi...

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