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- Author or Editor: David Ruebain x
Disability is an increasingly vital contemporary issue in British social policy especially in education. Education, disability and social policy brings together for the first time unique perspectives from leading thinkers including senior academics, opinion formers, policy makers and school leaders. Key issues covered include: law and international human rights frameworks; policy developments for schools and school leaders; educational inequalities for disabled children and young people and curriculum design and qualifications changes for children who are being failed by the current education system.
The book is a milestone in social policy studies, of enduring interest to students, academics, policy makers, parents and campaigners alike.
This chapter discusses the progress made since the 1980s in educational provision in the UK for disabled students. It looks at each stage of education and highlights some of the unresolved issues in the field. The chapter also looks at several efforts in providing education to children and young people with special educational needs (SEN).